Boys Volleyball

Jake MacAfee

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The 2016 season the boys made it to the playoffs and had their first game against BCC. Unfortunately the game ended in a loss. The team had fun playing together, because they played together during their winter club season. The team participated in many team bonding events, mostly those involved food. The captains were, Arthur Wu and Corey Jones, both of which will play again this season for the Jags. The regular season featured just about as many wins as losses, the team improved as the season went on. They do know that they have to work on talking to each other more on the court, and that is one of their goals for the 2017 season.

This season the team is mostly the same, as the team did not contain a single senior last season. This will help the boys greatly as they pick up where they left off with their team bonding. They also do not have to fill any spots in the line-up, so they can continue to improve what they already have. The boys hope to do much better this year than last year due to the extra playing time they have together. Everyone in the team is good friends, so that helps with building a strong team. They rely greatly on each other and win as a team. Their rival is Clarksburg, and they also always hope to beat QO like most Northwest teams.

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