Betty Cameron has stepped down after 21 seasons as coach of the Hilliard Davidson girls volleyball team, citing a change in her work commitments.

Under Cameron, the Wildcats went 324-191 overall and 171-67 in OCC play.

“I have met a lot of great players, parents and administration that the decision to resign was a difficult one, but with teaching at Hilliard Station Sixth Grade (Elementary) School full-time, it was time to start a new chapter in my life,” she said. “I will truly miss coaching volleyball because it has been part of my life since I was 12 years old, but I’m looking forward to new adventures in the fall.”

Prior to arriving at Davidson, Cameron coached Watkins Memorial for three seasons, compiling a 62-14 overall record and a 31-1 mark in league play and guiding the Warriors to a Division II state semifinal in 1997.

She has an overall career record of 386-205 and a 202-68 mark in league play.

Cameron’s teams combined to win eight league championships and two district titles and had nine district runner-up finishes.

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