Wenatchee High School Athletic Hall of Fame

LeAnne McGahuey
CLASS of 2002 Volleyball, Tennis and Basketball ATHLETE
At 5'9" LeAnne wasn't considered to be exceptionally tall as a front line volleyball player. But she played much taller, skying high above the net to pound kill shots at opponents. LeAnne was so effective, she was named the "Big 9 Volleyball Player of the Year" after an outstanding senior season. A four-year starter for the Panthers, she earned two "first team All-Big 9" berths, as well as selection to the second team, and was one of the most prolific scorers in WHS history.

Electing not to play basketball as a senior, LeAnne was a stalwart on the court for three seasons. She was a "honorable mention All-Big 9" basketball selection as a sophomore.

LeAnne was also a top tennis player for the Panthers for four years. In all, she earned 11 letters.

At Central Washington University, LeAnne started for four years for the Wildcats' volleyball team and was a "NCAA-II All-American" as a senior and "third team NCAA-II All-American" as a junior. She was the "Great Northwest Athletic Conference Female Athlete of the Year" in 2004-05 and a two time "first team all-GNAC" selection while setting school season and career records for kills. LeAnne was named "NCW Sports Awards College Female Athlete of the Year" in 2006.

- Caricatures of inductees as they appeared while involved in WHS athletics and the synopsis of accomplishments are drawn and written by Jeff Mertes.