HIGH SCHOOL | CLUB TEAM: Redlands East Valley High School...coached by Trish Vansant...four-year letterwinner in volleyball...named MVP of the Citrus Belt League in 2012...three-time all-CBL first-team selection (2010-12)...also earned all-area and all-county honors...set school's single-season record for assists with 1,033 as a sophomore...ranked as the top sophomore in California (#11 nationally) for assists that year...named a Top 79 Volleyball Player in 2010...claimed the team's MVP award in 2012 and the Coaches' Award in 2011...named to all-tournament teams at the Wildcat Tournament (2010, 2011) and Royal Tournament (2012)...two-time team captain...member of three CBL championship teams...helped the 2009 squad to CIF and So Cal championships, while advancing to the California state finals...also received JV letters in soccer and track...two-time captain of the Powder-Puff Team...four-year member of the Faculty Honor Roll and California Scholarship Federation...three-year Link Crew member...competed at the club level for Rancho Valley Volleyball Club...coached by Danny Scott...served as team captain from 2008-13...member of teams that made two appearances at the Junior Olympics...named to the all-tournament team at the 2013 meet...also earned all-tournament team honors a the MLK Tournament (2011)...participated in the Top Unsigned Senior Showcase (2012).
PERSONAL: Full name is Peyton Leigh Moyles...nickname is "P"...daughter of John and Amy Moyles...has two younger siblings, Jack and Frankie...planning to major in either management or behavioral science...future plans include becoming a helicopter pilot...attended the Academy's Prep School...named top Female Athlete of the prep school...also received the volleyball team's MVP and Leadership awards...hobbies include going to the beach and hanging out with family and friends...spent six years as a circus performer...father played football at the University of Eastern New Mexico...considers greatest personal moment in sports playing against the nation's top-ranked team during the state finals as a freshman ("I served and got to play about 15 points. I remember enjoying every second of it because my coach trusted me to go on the court and make a difference. After that moment I would always go onto the court believing that I was going to make a difference.")...member of Cadet Squadron 33.
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