AGAINST ALL ODDS: Varsity Volleyball

Varsity Volleyball

By Ishaan Sekhon

Country Day’s high school varsity volleyball team has won two games and lost two games. 

The biggest challenge in the season came from COVID-19, but not from wearing masks, said High school volleyball coach Jason Kreps.

“COVID-19 has made us not have a full gym. That has probably been our biggest challenge; we are unable to play on a full court,” Kreps said.

Still, the team enjoyed great moments  playing against Western Sierra Collegiate Academy.

“The fourth game we were playing was a super close battle, back and forth. We ended up losing 27-25, but we just had some awesome rallies,” Kreps said. 

Another stand out moment was when the crowd erupted in cheers for sophomore Haylee Holman, an outside hitter and middle blocker for the team, in their game against Western Sierra Collegiate Academy. 

“I know that Haylee got one arm over it, and got it over the net, and we scored the point,” Kreps said.

Freshman Zoe Genetos, an outside hitter and libero, enjoyed this volleyball season because she liked Kreps as a coach. 

Next year, she’s excited to play more.

“I’m actually really excited by what I do because we’ll get a whole new bunch of girls from JV and play new games.”

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