Glacier High School, Sr.
Hailee Bennett carved out quite the legacy for herself during a two-sport, four-year career that saw her pile up all-state accolades for the Wolfpack. While her dad, Grady, a former Flathead quarterback and the Glacier head football coach, toiled on the gridiron, Bennett was the libero on the Glacier volleyball team, leading the way from the back line and earning second team all-state honors for the second year in a row.
On the basketball court, Bennett made a third consecutive all-state team as the Packís point guard, winding up a record-setting career. Bennett is Glacierís all-time leader in career assists and scored than 1,000 points over her four seasons, the second-highest total in school history.
Bennett hardly cuts an imposing figure on the basketball court, but the generously-listed 5-foot-7 dynamo is a fiery, vocal leader on the floor and averaged 15.3 points and 4.0 assists during her senior season. She will continue her basketball career this winter at NCAA Division II Seattle Pacific University.