Cy-Fair volleyball libero honored as MaxPreps Athlete of the Month

March 7, 2018

Cy-Fair High School junior Reagan Warth (center) poses with Captain Jordan Rayes (left) of the Marine Corps, and Tayyiba Haneef-Park
Cy-Fair High School junior Reagan Warth (center) poses with Captain Jordan Rayes (left) of the Marine Corps, and Tayyiba Haneef-Park, a three-time Olympic volleyball player, after the Bobcats’ libero was named the MaxPreps Semper Fidelis High School Athlete of the Month, presented by the United State Marine Corps, for February. Warth was recognized at a ceremony in the school auditorium March 7.

March 7, 2018—Cy-Fair High School junior Reagan Warth was named as the February female athlete winner for the MaxPreps Semper Fidelis High School Athlete of the Month, presented by the United States Marine Corps., as the volleyball standout was recognized at a ceremony at the school March 7.

Cy-Fair High School volleyball libero Reagan Warth (right) shows two Olympic silver medals to her grandmother Cecilia
Cy-Fair High School volleyball libero Reagan Warth (right) shows two Olympic silver medals to her grandmother Cecilia (left) and mother Kate following a ceremony at the school auditorium honoring Warth as the MaxPreps Semper Fidelis High School Athlete of the Month, presented by the United State Marine Corps, for February. The medals belonged to three-time Olympic volleyball player Tayyiba Haneef-Park, who opened the ceremony March 7.

Warth is a defensive specialist and libero for the Bobcats. She also maintains a 4.0 grade-point average and has dedicated time in serving the community. Following Hurricane Harvey, Warth participated in food and clothing drives and also worked with a veterinarian to help groom, feed and find owners of numerous lost animals.

“My grades are what is going to take me to where I want to go,” Warth said after the ceremony. “And helping other people is another aspect that I choose to focus on. I try to help out people every single day just because that I love the feeling that it gives me.”

Cy-Fair High School junior volleyball player Reagan Warth (black jacket) poses with her family
Cy-Fair High School junior volleyball player Reagan Warth (black jacket) poses with her family following a ceremony March 7 at the school honoring Warth as the MaxPreps Semper Fidelis High School Athlete of the Month, presented by the United State Marine Corps, for February.

With her family seated in the front row of the auditorium and fellow classmates also in attendance, Warth was welcomed by Tayyiba Haneef-Park, a three-time Olympic volleyball player who earned two silver medals with Team USA. The former collegiate All-American even brought both medals for Warth to wear, which the 16-year-old did, calling it inspiration.

Also recognizing Warth was Captain Jordan Rayes, who represented the Marine Corps at the ceremony along with Sgt. Jonathan Ortega.

“High School sports are designed to build character and foster teamwork and a competitive spirit in our nation’s young people,” said Andy Beal, MaxPreps founder and president. “The MaxPreps Semper Fidelis High School Athlete of the Month represents those outstanding qualities that make not just great athletes, but more importantly fine citizens.”

: A video of Cy-Fair High School junior volleyball player Reagan Warth is shown during a ceremony at the school auditorium March 7
A video of Cy-Fair High School junior volleyball player Reagan Warth is shown during a ceremony at the school auditorium March 7. Warth was selected as the MaxPreps Semper Fidelis High School Athlete of the Month, presented by the United State Marine Corps, for February.

Monthly awards come from nominations MaxPreps receives from coaches, peers, teachers and parents. MaxPreps then selects well-rounded and deserving athletes that match qualities also found in the Marine Corps, including bravery, dedication, perseverance and personal sacrifice for others, picking one female and one male each month.

“There are so many girls that play every sport and to be chosen out of all of them is a blessed feeling,” Warth said.

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