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Fye a giant in WCHS volleyball history
WCHS volleyball star Bethany Fye is congratulated by coach Katie Rogers after breaking the school record for kills.

Bethany Fye is a terror at the net.
A senior for the Warren County High School volleyball team, Fye can elevate and hit the ball with intensity. Opponents have to decide whether it’s better to get out of the way or sacrifice their body to try and return it.
Fye’s play at the net is not only good, it’s record breaking. On Saturday in a match against Cumberland County, she broke the WCHS kill record with 1,249 kills. The record was originally set by Caroline McKinley in 2012.
“We were thankful Caroline could be with us today to congratulate Bethany as she surpassed her record,” said WCHS coach Katie Rogers. “I am so proud of Bethany, not only for breaking the record but for being the leader, teammate and player that she is.”
With Fye claiming the record three years and three matches into her career, she has virtually her entire senior season to increase it.