H.E.M. senior Amy Campbell is taking her talents to the next level after recently signing with Oakton Community College in Des Plaines, IL.

She will play both volleyball and basketball for the Owls.

Campbell is one of the most decorated student-athletes to come out of H.E.M. school.

She is a three-time all-state and four-time all-conference selection in volleyball and basketball. Campbell was a three-time 1A Southeast Conference Player of the Year in volleyball and two-time 1A Southeast Conference Player of the Year in basketball. She is a 1A automatic selection to the WHSAA All-Star team.

As a senior, Campbell led the Miners to the 1A state tournament in both volleyball and basketball. H.E.M. finished 17-7 in volleyball and 8-0 in their quadrant. For hoops, the Miners were 13-7 on the season.

During the 2020-21 basketball season, Campbell averaged 13.8 points and 6.9 rebounds per game. She also dished out 2.3 assists per contest, had 2.8 steals, and 1.8 blocked shots per game. Campbell shot 49 percent from the field and 66 percent at the charity stripe.

She surpassed 1,000 points in her prep basketball career on a jump shot at Midwest in December 2020.

Campbell finished with 1,164 points over four years at H.E.M. She grabbed 724 rebounds, had 261 steals, 160 blocks, and 138 career assists.

On the volleyball court, Campbell amassed 1,651 kills for her career. Her serving percentage was 97.2. Campbell’s serve receive rating on a scale of 0-3 was 2.21. She had 289 solo blocks and 725 digs throughout high school.

Campbell owns 10 school records in volleyball. That includes serving points in a season with 355, serving points in a match with 37, and serving attempts in a match when she went 37-37. Campbell also holds the mark for solo blocks in a match with 10 and solo blocks in a season with 98. Her attack average in a season of 94.2 percent is also a record, and so are the 1,221 attack attempts in a season, and 96 attack attempts in a match. Campbell also has the records for kills in a match with 34 and in a season with 487.

Campbell plans on pursuing a degree in law enforcement and criminal justice.

Thank you to H.E.M. volleyball and basketball coach Jackie Jones for her help with career statistics and records noted in this story.

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