Wimberley's Jones Leans On Multi-Sport Skills To Master Different Ventures

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The high school athletic calendar is always broken up into fall, winter and spring sports seasons. That's allowed Hays County residents to cheer on Wimberley multi-sport athlete Brina Jones throughout recent school years.

"I enjoy that I am a leader and an inspiration to younger athletes," said Jones. "I love competing, so that is one of my favorite things for all of the sports."

With Wimberley ISD opening for new education cycles every August, fans are known to flock to volleyball matches involving Jones and her Lady Texan teammates. One incentive for the upcoming campaign is the fact that she earned a UIL 4A all-state honorable mention recognition for her play during the 2019 volleyball season.


"I love being with my teammates," said Jones. "This 2020 season has really good chemistry, as I can already tell, so I am super excited to see what we accomplish."

"I have more confidence in myself than I have ever had," she continued. "I want to push myself to be so much better than last year. My goal is to be a leader that everyone looks up to. Our goal is to win every game, go down with a fight, to enjoy the game and to come together as a family."

After she completes her final high school volleyball season, she'll stay in the gym and remain competitive for basketball season. She's a player to watch because she's coming off a UIL 28-4A second-team all-district honor from the 2019-2020 season.

"I push myself every game to score more points than the last," said Jones.