• Next cross country meet will be tomorrow, October 5

  • They won 2-1 in overtime against Topeka Hayden earlier this week Monday

  • The BHS soccer team tied with Basehor-Linwood, Varsity lost 3-1 and JV won 2-1

BHS volleyball players are ready to take on the rest of the season

Anna Burnett

Under the direction of second year head coach Jill Stutler, two captains, Audrey Flowers and Kellee Wiggins, are pushing their team and working hard this 2017 season leading their team.

“Our practices are going great, we are working really hard to become the best team we can be and I can’t wait to see how it turns out,” Wiggins said.

Wiggins and Flowers both talk about the ups and downs the team has had.

“We have had our struggles and many injuries already but we keep working hard and pushing through,”Flowers said. “We’ve had our off days but definitely improving as the week goes on.” Wiggins said.

Freshman Emma Grossoehme really likes the way everyone on the team is encouraging towards her before her first time playing on varsity.

“Our leaders are perfect for the job, they pick people up when they are down and use the right words during practice, I am very nervous about playing varsity but also very excited,” Grossoehme said.

The team seems like they want to stay positive throughout the season and always have a lot of energy during practices and matches.

“My goals for the season are to stay positive no matter what and try to be a good leader,” Wiggins said. “Always be uplifting and have a good attitude.” Grossoehme said.

The BHS volleyball team is 1-16 and they are getting ready for the upcoming tournaments and Sub-State on Oct. 21.

 

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