A trio of former White County High School athletes are among a group of area athletes selected to be a part of the BLITZ Hall of Fame's Class of 2020.
Annabeth Vandiver, Bella Ramey and Jessie Dotson represent WCHS in this year's class, joining 49 other high school athletes in the induction class.
BLITZ is an online product created by Brian Carter in 2009. Carter and the sports organization cover high school sports in the local Northeast Georgia area including White, Habersham, Dawson, Lumpkin, Towns, Union, Banks and Rabun counties, along with Jefferson and Commerce.
Bella Ramey has been a big part of the the Lady Warriors' success on the soccer pitch the past four years.
Ramey battled knee injuries throughout her high school career, suffering multiple ACL injuries.
But when she was on the field, she was one of the top offensive players in Northeast Georgia, scoring 45 goals and handing out 18 assists.
As a sophomore, Ramey scored 24 goals and had nine assists.
Annabeth Vandiver helped put the Lady Warriors' volleyball program on the map during her four-year stint on the court.
She helped the Lady Warriors earn the program's first state tournament bid, and as a senior in 2018-19, she had 161 kills, 208 digs, and 64 aces while earning All-Region honors for the second time in her career.
Vandiver finished her prep career with more than 400 kills, 500 digs, and 150 aces.
For the past decade, the WCHS girls' cross country program has been among the elite programs in the state, and Jessie Dotson was one of the runners who laid the foundation for the program's success.
Dotson, who also had a solid collegiate career at Charleston Southern, was a standout two years for the Lady Warriors.
Dotson won a region champion in 2010, finishing 37th at the state meet, and followed up with a 3rd-place finish at region and 6th-place finish at state as a senior.