Sophomore Samantha Miller, a libero, is expected to return for the Reynoldsburg High School girls volleyball team next season. Her name inadvertently was omitted from last week's story on the Raiders, who finished 6-16 overall after losing to fifth-seeded Marysville 25-7, 25-15, 25-14 on Oct. 18 in the second round of the Division I district tournament.

Sophomore Samantha Miller, a libero, is expected to return for the Reynoldsburg High School girls volleyball team next season. Her name inadvertently was omitted from last week's story on the Raiders, who finished 6-16 overall after losing to fifth-seeded Marysville 25-7, 25-15, 25-14 on Oct. 18 in the second round of the Division I district tournament.

"(Miller) was a very important part of why we passed so successfully this year," said coach Tricia Nunemaker, whose team finished 2-12 in the OCC-Ohio Division, behind Pickerington North (14-0), Gahanna (12-2), Newark (8-6), Lancaster (8-6), Grove City (8-6) and Groveport (3-11), and ahead of Pickerington Central (1-13).

The Reynoldsburg High School girls tennis team named junior Courtney Martin and sophomore Janee Walls, who teamed at first doubles, the Most Valuable Player. The John Thompson Award for sportsmanship and service was given to senior Macey Abrams. Freshman Casey Buccilla was Most Improved.