Boys volleyball season ends successfully

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Boys volleyball season ends successfully

Kazmin Haider, a junior, hits the ball over the net to the Knights.

Kazmin Haider, a junior, hits the ball over the net to the Knights.

Katrina Wong

Kazmin Haider, a junior, hits the ball over the net to the Knights.

Katrina Wong

Katrina Wong

Kazmin Haider, a junior, hits the ball over the net to the Knights.

Mackenzie O'Connell, Staff Writer

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After a successful season, the boys volleyball season has come to an end this spring.

Throughout the season the team recruited many new players as they all worked together to build a new strong foundation as many seniors left from the previous season.

After hard work and practice, the boys won 14 out of their 22 games throughout the season.

Kazim Haider, a junior and new addition to the team, said, “I believe that we played to the best of our capabilities regardless of the two teams we lost to. Our improvement over the course of the season was amazing. The amount of leadership and bonding on the team also led to a great season.”

Though the seniors will be missed, and key players such as Chris Ding, Peyton Young, Adam Chiu and Jason Jung will graduate, the team will continue to try to reach the goals and standards the boys have strived for.

Chris Ding, a senior, said, “Overall, the season went well, and I’m proud of how much we improved. We couldn’t take first place in our league, but everything ended up working out, and we had a lot of fun winning the majority of the games.”

For the next season, the boys also strive to build a strong team without their seniors.

Haider said, “I think physical skill wise we could use a lot more experience. Also due to the loss of some key senior players, we could use some new guys on the team. All of us need to stay in shape for the next season and have a good fundamental understanding of the game.”

The seniors also hope the boys continue with their hard work ethic as well.

Jason Jung, a senior, said, “I hope the team continues to work hard and get better for next year. I will miss messing around with and seeing my teammates every day.”

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