The high school volleyball season is young, but one young lady has already caught our attention while dominating Georgia's volleyball scene.
Faith Pearson, a junior at Harris County High School, has put up impressive numbers early while leading Harris County to a 16-3 start to their season.
Pearson leads Georgia volleyball in serving aces (58) and attacks kills (164) and is second in the state in hitting percentage (.531).
She has helped Harris County win 11-consecutive games, a streak that began Aug. 19. In the current stretch, the Tigers have not dropped a single set.
It's no surprise that Pearson's numbers have increased during the Tiger's winning stretch. Before the stretch, Pearson was settling into the season averaging a kill percentage of 59.1 and 7.25 kills per game.
In Harris County's winning streak, Pearson is averaging 9.63 kills per game reaching double digits in kills six times, something she only did once before the streak. Pearson's kill percentage average increased to 66.5 during the streak.