Stacy Stanton (Crawford)

Stacy Stanton (Crawford)

Class of 1991

Stacy Stanton (Crawford) was one of the most accomplished athletes at Comstock High School. Stacy earned 4 varsity letters in basketball, volleyball and softball and one varsity letter in track for a remarkable 13 varsity letters for her prep career. She was not only a great individual performer but elevated the play of her teammates to assist in winning 10 Wolverine Conference, 9 District, 5 Regional and 3 State Championships. Stacy was an outstanding competitor with an intense desire to excel and to make every showing her best showing. To compete at a high level requires a lot of work and Stacy was more than willing to put in the hard hours outside of the season so she could be the type of competitor she demanded of herself. Because of her competitiveness and her extraordinary athletic talents the “never met a shot I didn’t like” attitude was exactly the outlook a coach wanted her to possess. Stacy was also a member of National Honor Society and recipient of the B’nai B’rith Female Scholar Athlete of the Year. Stacey is married to Chris Crawford and has a daughter named Sophie.Written by Jim Kordupel

Comstock High School- 13 Varsity letters in Basketball, Volleyball, Softball and Track

4 Varsity Letters – Basketball

1990 1st Team All Sate Basketball

MHSAA State Semi Finalists - 1990

MHSAA District Champions – 1987, 88 & 89

Wolverine Conference Champions – 1987, 88, & 89

Michigan High School All Star Team

1990 Fabulous 50 – 50 Best Senior High School Players in the USA

CHS Points in a Career Record – 1,616

CHS Points in a Season Record – 669 (25.1 avg.)

CHS Points in a Game Record – 41

4 Varsity Letters - Volleball

1991 – 2nd Team All State Volleyball1990 – 3rd Team All State Volleyball

MHSAA State Champions – 1989, 90 & 91MHSAA District Champions – 1988

Wolverine Conference Champions – 1988, 89, 90 & 91

Junior Olympic All AmericanMichigan High School All Star Team

4 Varsity Letters - Softball

MHSAA District Champions – 1991Wolverine Conference Champions – 1988, 89 & 90

Indiana State University– NCAA Division I

4 Yr. Varsity Letter Winner & 4 Year Starter – Volleyball

Missouri Valley All Conference Jr. & Sr. Year

Nominated Top 4 Freshman in the Missouri Valley Conference

1994 Olympic Volleyball Tryout

Digs Record – Game – 34, Season – 432 & Career – 1091

Kills Record – Career – 1,046

First Sycamore in history - 1,000+ career kills and 1,000+ career digs

1 Yr. Varsity Letter Winner – Basketball