Volleyball season ends with zero wins

The varsity volleyball team has had a hard season; not all of their games have been their best. The team has not won a game yet, but for some, hope is high.

“They’re a lot better than last year,” said Mark Fang, senior at Neuse Charter. “They work better as a team.”

Some students, though, have thoughts for improvement. “The back row needs to move up,” said an anonymous source who does not wish to be identified. “[They] need to be more aggressive, [and] they need to stop worrying about what’s going on in the crowd. Play your role, [and] you have to play as a team.”

That is right, they do need to be more aggressive. The players also need to connect more. It seems as if when they are playing, they are not always aware of each other and therefore let the ball drop right in between two players.

Some of the players are trying their hardest, but a few people cannot be an entire team. It is not fair to those players who are good at what they do and love doing it having to pick up the entire team's slack.

The team did recently win a set in one of their games, which is proof that they can work as whole. Communication and ambition can improve if both the players and the coach talk to each other about what they are doing wrong as well as talk about the ways they can improve.

Joel Erby
10/23/2013 10:05am

Good Article... all areas were covered....

C. Collie
10/23/2013 4:15pm

I am so proud of our girls for not quitting and playing hard even under what felt like hopeless situations. They improved over the course of the year and showed signs of great teamwork that I think they can build upon next year. They all represented Neuse Charter with pride and that is something to be proud of.


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