Strahan Arena is where Hays High senior Ryann Torres will set the volleyball next fall after she signed her letter of intent Nov. 20 to continue her playing career at Texas State University. Torres, who was recently named the 2019 District 25-6A Most Valuable Player, completed her volleyball career at Hays High with 3,117 assists, which ranks as the second most assists in school history. Torres tallied 963 digs, 173 aces, 144 blocks and 651 kills over the course of her four-year varsity career. Torres was also part of a Rebel volleyball senior class that reached the postseason in all four years they played. Joining in on the ceremony were parents Dorie and Darren Luera and Javier and Emily Torres. Also celebrating the moment was current Hays head volleyball coach Ashley Davis and former Hays head coach Stephanie Coates, along with the Rebel volleyball coaching staff and numerous family and friends.
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