Bump! Set! Spike! Volleyball season has begun and our MHC Wolves started us out with a strong victory against Sandhills Valley and Paxton on August 27th!
I interviewed Coach Armstrong about the coming season: when asked how she thought this volleyball season was going to go, she replied, “I’m really excited that we’re able to be in the gym,” stated Coach Armstrong, “it’s also been really awesome to see the progress of all 14 girls on the team so far this season.”
Coach Armstrong was then asked about how she felt about the game on August 17th. She answered, “Both our JV and varsity teams started strong with their wins over Sandhills Valley and Paxton. However, we also have lots of areas to improve and things to work on.”
When asked about the upcoming game on September 9th. She replied, “We’re looking forward to another week in preparation for the trip to Kansas for the triangular in Rawlins county with Southwest.” She went on to say, “It’s going to be a great opportunity to get more time on the court for our players.”
After interviewing Coach Armstrong, I decided to get a few words from senior volleyball player and student, Jaycee Widener. When asked how she felt about the game on August 17th, Jaycee said, “I feel like we showed a lot of hustle and focus. We started with JV who set a good tone for the night that continued throughout the rest of our games. We played really well as a team.”
By the looks of things right now, we’re going to have an amazing season and a powerful team!
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