Kori Reid was a three-sport star at Napa High. A leader on the basketball court and soccer field, it was as a member of the Indians volleyball team that Reid excelled. The first freshman to ever earn a starting position on the Indians’ varsity volleyball team, she led the team in kills with 155. She was named M.E.L. All League multiple times during her career at Napa High and she led a squad that went 56-0 during league play over her four years as an Indian, never losing an M.E.L. match. With multiple team awards, Reid also received numerous Athlete of the Week awards from both the Napa Valley Register as well as The Vallejo Times-Herald. During her senior campaign, Reid was named Team MVP, leading the team in kills (135) and to a Sac-Joaquin Division II Section Championship. “Kori was a joy to coach and I will always remember her for her passion, spunk, fierce defensive play, offensive hitting ability, caring about her teammates and always, always being grateful and proud of Napa High School,” Napa High Principal and former head volleyball coach Barbara Franco said of Reid. Reid also participated in many other extra curricular activities at Napa High, serving as secretary of the Spanish Club as well as a member of the Homecoming Court during her senior year. She continued her volleyball career at Dominican University, earning a degree in psychology. Reid now provides community outreach for those suffering from drug and alcohol addictions. She is a mentor to women who are seeking sobriety. She currently resides in Mill Valley, California, with her husband and two children.