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Girls volleyball experiences unusual Senior Night

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Senior Jillian Boose, juniors Gianna LoCicero and Lenah Chedid, and sophomore Morgan Krempasky quickly pose for a picutre during their senior night game.

Senior Jillian Boose, juniors Gianna LoCicero and Lenah Chedid, and sophomore Morgan Krempasky quickly pose for a picutre during their senior night game.

by Ty Kang

by Ty Kang

Senior Jillian Boose, juniors Gianna LoCicero and Lenah Chedid, and sophomore Morgan Krempasky quickly pose for a picutre during their senior night game.

Ty Kang, Staff writer

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For any senior that plays a sport, one night sticks out to them the most: senior night. A night filled with tears, excitement, and joy. This is when the seniors are congratulated for all of their hard work and dedication spent in their high school careers.

The three seniors on the 2017 girl volleyball team are Jillian Boose, Hannah Otto, and Nicole Sacca. The three of them all played big roles in the past seasons for the Raiders. The seniors not only had an impact on the season, but on the younger players on the team.

“I always look up to the seniors as they are not only role models as players, but they keep the team together,” sophomore Morgan Krempasky said. “They always remind us of what to have for the game, organizing our spirits and work schedules.”

However, the girls volleyball team’s senior night was very unusual. Due to a forfeit from Columbia High School, the varsity team competed against the junior varsity squad. The game and ceremony still carried on normally, except both Raider teams scrimmaged each other. Despite the fact that Hillsborough was playing Hillsborough, the atmosphere lived up to expectatiosn. The fans were into the game and so were the players.

The varsity squad defeated their junior varsity counterparts in two sets. They won the first 25-15 and the second in a closer 25-17 battle.

Nonetheless, the night ended with a nice dinner spent with teammates and family. The seniors received what they deserved in a well-organized senior night despite the unusual, yet familiar opponent.

 

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