Embry becomes third Chelsea volleyball player to sign

By ALEC ETHEREDGE | Sports Editor

CHELSEA – The third member of Chelsea’s 2017 volleyball class has signed her National Letter of Intent. Princes Embry singed to play college volleyball at Lawson State Community College on Friday, Dec. 9.

In her career she had 142 kills, 64 blocks, 29 digs and three assists. She helped the Hornets get to 39 wins this season and a regular season Class 6A Area 8 championship. Her 142 kills were among the top of the Hornets’ roster.

Out of six seniors, Embry has become the third signee from Chelsea since the 2016 season ended as Lexie Riggins and Taylor Hackett both decided to play at the next level as well.

Embry’s parents, Lawson head coach Aubrey Wiley, Lawson assistant coach Maegan Lo Porto and Chelsea head coach Jessica Pickett were all in attendance at the signing.