Little Snake River senior Vea Habel has signed a National Letter of Intent to play volleyball at Southwestern Community College in Creston, IA.

Habel was an all-state and two-time all-conference performer for the Rattlers. She played as the team’s setter and a middle hitter in her prep career and was a three-year varsity letter winner.

As a senior last fall, Habel helped Little Snake River to a 12-11 overall record and a 4-4 mark in the 1A Southwest Quadrant. The Rattlers made the Class 1A state volleyball tournament, where they went 1-2.

In her junior season of 2019, LSR was 23-13-1 and made an appearance at the 1A state tournament.

In a release sent to WyoPreps, Habel said, “I connected with the team when I visited the school, each one of the girls took me under their wing in a different way and I’m excited to get to play with them.”

Habel plans on majoring in nursing and eventually would like to become a neonatal nurse.

Habel also played basketball and competed in track and field for the Rattlers.

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