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Hannah Schaible

In a school filled with a rich tradition of exceptional athletes there's always an argument as to who might be the best to ever come through. If one were to base their case comprehensively on personal accolades, team championships, performance in high-pressure situations and leadership, then the argument ends with Hannah Schaible. From the moment Schaible stepped on campus, her leadership and talent were clearly at a level unseen previously and unlikely to beHannah Schaible witnessed again. In the age of specialization, she shunned the critics who suggested she stay with one sport and went on to excel in three: Women's Volleyball, Women's Basketball and Flag Football, earning over 30 post-season honors, including the Orlando Sentinel's Female Athlete of the Year as a junior and senior.

On the court, Schaible led DP to three consecutive State Championships (2011-2013) and two National Tournament Championships, earning MVP honors in both (2011, 2013). She earned All-State honors in Basketball as a senior and twice was named to the All-Central Florida team. An intense competitor that was relentless on defense, under the basket and driving the lane, Schaible was the driving force behind the DP dynasty. As dominating a basketball player as she was, she was even more unstoppable on the field as both a quarterback and safety, earning Flag Football Player of the Year honors all four years (2010-2013), in addition to Miss Flag Football as the top player in the state of Florida as a sophomore (2011). That same year, Schaible led the Panthers to the State Championship, becoming the first DP athlete to lead a team to state titles in two different sports in the same year.

Hannah Schaible was synonymous with excellence. As a junior she earned the DP Most Outstanding Female Athlete of the Year award and followed that up as a senior with the Metro Conference Female Athlete of the Year award presented to the best athlete among 19 area public high schools. Her senior year also saw her collect All-Metro Conference honors in all three sports, a feat shared by only a handful of athletes in school history. A four-year captain in both Basketball and Flag Football, Hannah Schaible went on to an extraordinary Basketball career at George Washington University where she finished as one of the top rebounders in school history and closed out her senior year (2017) in the top five of every statistical category. One of the fiercest competitors ever to wear a DP uniform, Hannah Schaible was elected to the Metro Conference Hall of Fame in 2016 and will be inducted into the DP Athletic Hall of Fame in May, 2018.

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