The 2018 freshman volleyball season has officially come to an end. The girls’ first year playing for a high school team had ups and downs but it was ultimately successful.
New coach, Cassie Jenkins, thinks the team did very well this year even with all the bumps along the road.
“The Freshman volleyball team has done rather well this year. With only 9 players and 8 at the beginning of the season due to an injury, each girl got a lot of playing time. Each girl has shown much improvement in their skills and game sense,” said Jenkins. “Overall, they have had a winning season. They struggled to beat Truckee, South Tahoe, and Fernley, but pulled out a win with North Valleys, Dayton, Spring Creek, and Elko and split with Fallon a win and a loss.”
Freshman Lexi Chaffin thinks the team did well as well and has a few suggestions for next year.
“I think we did pretty well, we had a lot of improvements that can be made like our communication on the court and actually being in it to win it,” said Chaffin.
Fellow freshman Lyndsee Dove is very proud of this year's team as well and can’t wait for next season.
“Our season was really successful. We had good players on our team and a good coach. We practiced tons to beat teams we couldn’t last year, and we came back. I’m looking forward to playing next year and to see our team grow and become better,” said Dove.