Sports

Varsity and JV Volleyball recap

After all the spikes and sets, the volleyball season came to an end.

The best thing a team can learn through a season is how to come together and work as a team.

“We have grown so much together as a team this year. We have learned to work with one another so that everyone can play to their best potential and do what it takes to win the game,“ junior Jenna Armstrong said.

The team had a lot of restrictions due to Covid, so even the fact that they have had a season meant something to them.

“The fact that we even had a season at all with all the Covid restrictions and even with all the restrictions, we still built a sisterhood and came together as a team and did well together during this time,” said senior Ashlee Walton

All coaches want to see their team succeed in any way possible.

“I’d say working to build the program and starting that off by building trust between the staff and players and their relationship outside of the gym. It is important for everyone to trust each other off the court so they can on it too,” Coach Natalie Kitchin said.

Freshman on a team sport should always have an upperclassman to look up to for advice and ways to improve their game.

“I look up to Siena because she has always been nice to me and I feel like we are similar people, plus she is really good at volleyball so it is someone I can not only look up to for advice, but to learn how to play from,”  freshman Amy Luttrell  said

As the varsity season ends, the young athletes on the team look up to the seniors for next season.

Every coach wants to see their team succeed in any way possible.

“I’d say working to build the program and starting that off by building trust between the staff and players and their relationship outside of the gym. It is important for everyone to trust each other off the court so they can on it too,” Coach Natalie Kitchin said.

A lot of people think there are huge differences between JV and varsity sports, but in reality the only difference is the level they play at.

“There isn’t really that much of a difference , we are all still a part of the same team and we all still practice together. I’d say the biggest difference is the level of play. To be able to play at a varsity level compared to the Jv competition is huge,”  sophomore Brie Hoffman said

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