North Union’s Journey Blevins (11) sends the ball over the net during a 2020 match. Blevins will continue her career at the University of Findlay. (Journal-Tribune photo by Sam Dillon)
Journey Blevins will be taking her volleyball game to the next level.
Blevins, who recently graduated from North Union High School, has signed a letter of commitment to continue her volleyball career at the University of Findley.
Blevins was a dynamic middle blocker and outside hitter for the Lady Cats and will now take on the role as an outside hitter for the Oilers.
Blevins was named to the Division III All-Ohio first team and was named to like honors in the Central District.
She was the Central Buckeye Conference player of the year for the 2020 season.
Blevins tallied the second-most kills in the CBC with 413 and notched the second- most blocks in the league with 75.
She was also a solid server.
Blevins tallied 47 aces during the 2020 season to help her to an 85.1% server rating. She also tallied 235 digs when on the back line for the Lady Cats.
Blevins helped lead the North Union volleyball program to its first Central District title last season.
The Lady Cats made their first appearance in the regional semifinals.
Their season came to a close in three sets against Cincinnati Christian Hills Academy.