Teamwork Makes the Dreamwork


On Sept. 14 in their match against against the Loisburg team, the JV team discusses plans for winning the second set. Lindsay Hoffman, 11, stands with team mate Jenna Weber, 10. (Photo by IWilliams)

Oliva Leblanc, Staff Writer

Spring Hill is turning the tables with their volleyball team. They are currently undefeated and are taking the courts by storm. Varsity volleyball has not lost a single game or tournament. The JV is not too far behind in winning streaks. From Louisburg to Blue Valley no one has been able to stop the ladies in purple. 

Alli Frank, 11, said, “It’s very exciting to be undefeated. It’s really nice knowing to all our hard work paid off. We work hard at practice and we each work on our role. It’s a bit nerve racking to be number one because other volleyball teams want to be the first to beat us.” 

The Broncos have been working hard to get here. Their goal, according to Frank, is to go to state because they haven’t been in about 30 years. 

Frank also said, “I think our skill is good but I think we really improved by creating a stronger bond between each other on the team.”

Jamie Oshel, JV volleyball coach, said, “I believe the team has good chemistry which I believe makes the team better.” 

She is also very excited and “pumped” to be undefeated. 

Oshel also said, “I’m proud of how hard my girls work at practice. The work really hard and know what to do.” 

The volleyball team is working hard and dominating the court with their amazing skill and communication. 

“I’m not sure we will stay undefeated, but the girls are really driven to stay on top,” says Oshel. 


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