Wenatchee High School Athletic Hall of Fame

Katie Tribley
CLASS of 2007 Volleyball, Softball and Track ATHLETE
Katie was an exceptional volleyball player for the Panthers who set nine school records including most kills in a career with 323 and most kills in a season with 195. Her prowess was recognized by being named to the American Volleyball Coaches Association High School "All-American Team". Katie was also "All-State", Big 9 Conference "Volleyball Player-of-the-Year and "All-Big 9". She received numerous team awards and was a co-captain of the squad.

Before choosing to concentrate her athletic abilities solely on volleyball, Katie also played softball and competed in track while earning a total of six varsity letters. She received the "Panther Best" award as a senior and was a finalist for "NCW Sports Awards High School Female Athlete-of-the-Year" in 2007.

Katie went on to play volleyball for the University of Idaho and was a finalist for "NCW Sports Awards College Female Athlete-of-the-Year" in 2010.

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