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With the ending of the school year comes many returning favorites in sports. Returning Volleyball players look forward to the future.
by Ashlynn Stewart
With the ending of the school year comes many returning favorites in sports. Football, baseball, basketball, and many others. But, what about Volleyball?
Try outs that were held just last week determined who will be continuing the legacy this previous year has left. To our graduating seniors, Melody Clay, Dana Davis, Reagan McLean, Denver Rice, Haylee Sanchez, Reagan Smith, and Kayla Stewart, it’s been a pleasure rooting for you, and we hope the greatest for your future. Everyone is so excited to see what the rising athletes and new talent will have to offer!
I feel like we did lose some talent, but we still have so much more talent to work with. - Lily Ginn
“It’s a bittersweet moment,” commented varsity player Zoe Moser. “Because we had a really good connection with all the seniors, and our team dynamic was really good.” Zoe Moser will be returning as a Sophomore next season. When asked about how she feels about the following year, Moser stated, “I think that the upcoming year, we’ll do pretty good.”
Nikki Brager is a rising sophomore who will be joining the team for the first time. “It feels good,” Nikki said. “I think it’s going to be a lot of fun.” She confidently stated she had no worries for her or her team in the upcoming practices and games to follow. Shows a lot for our future volleyball players!
Kelsey Bramlett is one of many rising Seniors to be returning to the court. “I really have to step up and be a leader. I think I need to keep a positive attitude through the season and not let my teammates down,” explained Bramlett about her upcoming leadership role. “I’ve been playing for, like, 5 years, so I just feel like it’s another season, but it’s my last.” Kelsey brings a lot to the table, and feels very confident in herself and her team's capabilities.
“I’ll be sad because I enjoyed the senior group, and I love this next upcoming seniors, so it’ll definitely be a little sad.” Rising Junior Lily Ginn stated. When questioned about her upcoming role as guide for beginning players, she said, “I feel like it’ll be a good role for me because I feel like Larimer puts me in a position to be a leader, so I feel like it’ll help me become a leader.”
Whether nervous or confident about the upcoming season, one thing is for sure. These ladies hold the future of WGHS volleyball, and the future is looking bright. Everyone is anticipating what energy and talent they bring to the games.
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