Name any girls sport at Belt High School and senior Kerstyn Pimperton has done it.
"Cross country and volleyball you know in track she's one of our good kids too," said coach Jeff Graham.
Kerstyn hasn't just suited up, she's excelled throughout her career, especially in basketball, winning two state titles and other awards.
"My sophomore and junior year I was selected all-state," Kerstyn said.
Then there's this season.
"We got first in volleyball," she said.
The program's first Class C state title.
"And I was all-state. I think that's it." Kerstyn said.
But there's another title she's been given: leader.
"She leads by example and treats everyone the way they should be treated," said Graham.
"It's nice having her as my sister, she helps me a lot," added freshman guard Kolby Pimperton.
Helpful is just one of many adjectives to describe Kerstyn on the court.
"She's mainly our point guard so she tells us what defense they're in and get us organized," said senior guard Sara Anderson.
But Kerstyn's teammates say what they love most about her is her sense of humor.
"She's so funny to be around. She's always making people laugh," Kolby Pimperton said.
"All our road trips to Dillon when we were a lot younger she was always in the car making everyone laugh for no reason," Anderson added.
It's her sense of humor that helps any team she's playing for be successful.
"You never want to be mad at each other. Having a good attitude and making it fun makes it easier to win," Kerstyn Pimperton said.
Kerstyn will need that positive attitude to help her and the Lady Huskies win a third state title in the last four years