Laramie’s Alexis Stucky Reacts to a Second Gatorade Award [VIDEO]
An outstanding high school volleyball career for Laramie’s Alexis Stucky ended last month with another major award.
For the second consecutive year, Stucky received the Gatorade Wyoming Volleyball Player of the Year honor. This time it was for 2021-22.
The 6-2 outside hitter and setter has graduated from Laramie High School and is already enrolled at the University of Florida.
Stucky reflected on this award, her senior season, and her career in a recent video chat with WyoPreps. She talked about earning another Gatorade Award, taking us through her senior season, and what a whirlwind experience that was, winning another state championship, receiving the Under Armour Next All-American game MVP award, and more in the video at the top of this story.
Last fall, Stucky led Laramie to a second straight Class 4A volleyball state championship in November. In the title match, Stucky produced 20 kills and had a hitting percentage of .410. She also had 11 digs, one service ace, and two blocks. LHS swept Kelly Walsh in the 4A championship match by scores of 25-20, 25-20, and 25-23. Laramie finished the 2021 season with an overall record of 32-2.
In the 2021 season, Stucky finished with 352 kills and 203 digs. She added 53 service aces, 155 assists, and 39 total blocks. Stucky was chosen the 4A Player of the Year again by the coaches. She even missed nine matches during her senior season while playing with the USA Volleyball U18 National Team at the World Championships in Mexico, where she won a bronze medal.
In her four-year career, Stucky amassed 1,378 kills and 1,004 digs. She added 858 assists, 201 total blocks, and 157 service aces over four seasons. Stucky was a four-time all-state and all-conference selection and won two Gatorade awards.
Alexis is now in Gainesville, FL, and training with the Gators to prepare for the next step in her volleyball career.