Serve. Set. SENIOR.


Drew Hart

SENIOR Olivia Tombragel, a captain of the WHHS varsity girls’ volleyball team, serves the volleyball with excellent technique during her last home conference game as a SENIOR.

The end of SENIOR year is fast approaching. For some, the idea of graduation brings relief but for others it means the last time they will step on a high school field or court. For some the feeling of leaving all their hard work, late nights, bruised legs, court burn, turf burn and tears behind. Over the past few weeks many WHHS teams have experienced this sadness including the WHHS girls’ varsity volleyball team.

The girls put up a hard fight against Turpin on their SENIOR night last week. The match lasted for four sets going back and forth between Turpin and WHHS.

“It’s been a long ride for all of us. We’ve gone through multiple coaches and a lot of ups and downs but I also wouldn’t want to play with any other group of girls,” SENIOR Maddy Edie said.

Their SENIOR night game was close, but the girls are closer. They got to finish their high school career with teammates they love. No matter the record of their season they had fun.