Chloe Goodman is a 5-9 senior outside hitter playing for the Stephenville High School Honeybees volleyball team, which took on Graham Thursday night in the second round of the Class 4A playoffs.

Goodman is a member of the National Honor Society at SHS, where she has been on the varsity track team and played volleyball team since her freshman year.

She has been in the SHS choir for four years, participates in theater, and is a cheerleader for the current school year. She was crowned as the 2018 SHS Homecoming queen on Sept. 21.

In track, she was on two relay teams (4x400 meters and 4x200 meters) that qualified for the regional meet. As a freshman, she made it to the regional level in the 1,600-meter run.

As a starter in volleyball, Goodman has helped lead the 20th-ranked Honeybees to a 28-17 record so far this season, their first under head coach Shay Douglas.

In district play, Goodman was second on the team in kills with 58. Goodman also recorded 29 digs and blocked eight shots in the eight district contests.

As a junior on the varsity last season, Goodman earned all-district honorable mention in volleyball.

The E-T caught up with Goodman recently to get her take on five questions, and her answers are below.

E-T: What plans do you have for college?

Chloe: “I’m thinking I’m going to have a double major, in social work and cross-cultural studies.”

E-T: What would be your dream job?

Chloe: “I would like to go into the ministry, probably being a social worker. I’m not sure if I’ll be in America, or wherever God calls me.”

E-T: What were your thoughts when it was announced that you were the Homecoming queen?

Chloe: “I think mostly how it was a really good experience, and realizing what a great community I have.”

E-T: Is there one type of music that is your favorite?

Chloe: “Kind of pop Christian music. My favorite artist is John Mayer. He is awesome.”

E-T: What is the most important thing you have learned from your parents?

Chloe: “Probably just the way both of them work in the ministry at the church. (And) getting to watch how (they interact with) other people and serve them.”