Volleyball Season Comes to an End

Seventh graders Olivia Moran and Reece Stover joke with each other after the end of the season.  Volleyball has strengthened their bond, and the pair remain fast friends.

Photo credit: Addison Bennett © 2013

Seventh graders Olivia Moran and Reece Stover joke with each other after the end of the season. Volleyball has strengthened their bond, and the pair remain fast friends.

Addy Bennett, Columnist

The middle school volleyball teams are feeling nostalgic about the end of their season. The team had a strong season and although it’s coming to an end, the girls have formed a firm friendship with their teammates.

Seventh graders Reece Stover and Olivia Moran are feeling a mix of emotions.  Moran stated that she was “happy to be playing club now, because it’s more challenging than [the] school season.”  Stover agreed wholeheartedly and assuredly said that she would still “try out again, for sure” along with Moran, because she “definitely had fun” and enjoyed a great experience.

When asked how they felt about their own performance, Moran replied, “I could have played better, but I think I did pretty well.”  Stover also said that she had played “pretty well.”

Even though their sport is ending, the students manage to find something to fill their time with and look forward to the next season.