So far a winning season for the Varsity volleyball team
Your varsity volleyball team has had an impressive record so far going 6-1 in district matches and and an overall record of 34-4, now ranked in your top fifty nationally and top ten in the city.
With so many returning players to varsity the season has shown to be a very beneficial for this team, the team chemistry is already there and with only four new girls on the team it is easy to get into a great team groove. For Coach Wunderlich-Ellis this has been her experience with a returning team, “It's good because there is a lot of people who know the expectations and have experience and know how the class works and how our schedule is going to be, and they help the younger ones and helps them get accustom to day to day life for volleyball and school.”
With the ten returners and only four new players to the varsity team they are all close to begin with. They spend a lot of time together as it is, but with all of the team bonding and team dinners they can't help but be close, “we all have different relationships, but we are all pretty close, but we are all unique in our own way.” is what Alexa Ruiz had said about her and her teammates.
Ranking in the top fifty in the nation the varsity team has an overall record of 34-4 and have been playing since August first. Also ranking in the top ten in the city is a very big accomplishment for the Varsity team. Now with a district record of 7-1 the varsity team is playing in the midst of one of their best winning season in a while.
Not just Clemens is having a great season, the entire district is having a great year for Volleyball. “Their is not a team right now that is not giving it their all, this is the best that a lot of the schools in our district have looked in a while.” Coach Wunderlich states about the district competition.
With the heavy competition the main goal for the team is still trying to make it to the state competition and maybe even win. “ our goal is to be district champs and go all the way to state championships as a whole team.” showing Alexa Ruiz’s goals for her team and this volleyball season.