ENKA— Enka High School volleyball player Taylor Sauer has earned her way into the North Carolina High School Record Book in her sport.
The Enka standout set the NCHSAA record for kills in a season with 602 and also averaged 21.5 kills per match, a new record. Those marks exceeded the former standards of 512 in a season, established by Amber Wooten of Starmount in 2010, and the average of 19.9 kills per contest set by Jennifer Wiker of South Mecklenburg in 2007.
The Asheville Citizen-Times also reported that Sauer was named the Citizen-Times All-Western North Carolina Player of the year for the 2012 season. She will continue her career at the University of North Carolina Asheville.