Cayla Veverka, a Senior at Perkiomen Valley High School, successfully reached 1000 Kills during their match against Southern Lehigh. During the first set, Cayla easily reached her 6 remaining Kills needed for this milestone of her High School Career.
She continues to be a dominating force for the PVHS Vikings Girls Volleyball Team. She has been named to the Pennsylvania All State Team for the last 2 years, the All PAC-10 Conference Team for the last 3 years, the All District I Team, and the MaxPrep Player of the Year for 2014. Her Career Stats for: Kills 1007 (54.5%), 538 Digs, 145 Blocks, and 163 Aces.
In addition to her successes on the Volleyball Court, Cayla is also an outstanding student. She currently has a 4.511 GPA filling her schedule with all AP and Honors courses. She has received Highest Honors on all report cards since her freshman year. She is a member of National Honor Society, Student Forum, Home Room Representative, Key Club, French Club, Link Crew, and volunteers throughout the year.
Cayla first stepped on the volleyball court at the age of 12 during her 7th grade year. She was 2 years behind in learning the game, but quickly learned everything with the help of Sue McNulty and son, Josh McNulty who head up the CYO program at St. Eleanor Catholic Church in Collegeville. She then continued to play with club teams, growing stronger and more confident in her game. She has been a 4 year starting varsity player for Perkiomen Valley High School. Her next milestones for the team is to win the PAC-10, do well in Districts and make it to States.
Cayla is planning to continue playing volleyball at Providence College in Providence, RI. She is planning to study Mathematics.