“I’m proud of each and every one of them, and they’ll be sincerely missed...”
By Ian Adler
“They’re ending on a really good note, they all looked fantastic,” proclaimed Coach Heather Schoemaker after the 3-0 victory over the Dallastown Wildcats on senior night.
This was the girl’s first win in only three sets this season, and they picked a good night for it. Along with the win, the team congratulated its seniors Marley Vebares, Hayley Barto and Aofie Iaria. Among the seniors were also the two senior managers, Jared Warner and Erik Reiker.
Varsity finished the season with a 6-11 record, notably a higher number of wins this season than the past two seasons combined. The junior varsity team closed their season with a total of 13 wins and 4 losses.
“I’m going to lose a lot of leadership from these three seniors,” Schoemaker said. “I think each of them brought a different aspect to the team and those three captains led the team in a very good manner. I’m proud of each and every one of them, and they’ll be sincerely missed on and off the court by both players and coaches.”
“How do I feel going into next season?” Schoemaker responded with a hint of sarcasm. “I’m very excited. I think we have a nice class of underclassmen coming in to varsity, as well as a nice junior class.”
Since their goal of districts this year did not come true, they’re setting a whole new mindset, as they plan to “take one match at a time” next season.
Online Photo Gallery: The team raised $1,135.30 for the PA Wounded Wariors on October 3 in first-ever Wounded Warrior Project Game versus West York. See picture -> here.
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