Setting Up For Success: 2019 Preview

The antlers will take a run for the class A state tournament in the 2019 season

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Setting Up For Success: 2019 Preview

Senior Emma Crouch (4) and Junior Abby Wolfe (7) preparing to block the next hit volleyball.

Senior Emma Crouch (4) and Junior Abby Wolfe (7) preparing to block the next hit volleyball.

Faith Herbers

Senior Emma Crouch (4) and Junior Abby Wolfe (7) preparing to block the next hit volleyball.

Faith Herbers

Faith Herbers

Senior Emma Crouch (4) and Junior Abby Wolfe (7) preparing to block the next hit volleyball.

Lauren Anderson, Reporter

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Braces laced, nets raised, and gyms filled for the start of the 2019 volleyball season. The Elkhorn Antlers lead by head coach Abby DaSilva will return eight varsity players from the following season. Following the loss of 2018 senior captains Megan Razler and Maggie McElhose, Claire Burford and Emma Crouch will fill in their shoes as the captains of this year’s team. This will be considered a rebuilding period as the Antlers will start a freshman setter, Grace Heaney this season. The Antlers also have two college commits taking the floor this season, Emma Crouch, University of Missouri- Kansas City, and Claire Burford, Southern Mountain Community College. Beyond commits the players to watch this season are junior Becca Vala, sophomore Sydney Razler, and freshman Grace Heaney. 

Elkhorn finished last season 21-16 and 4-4 within the district. This season they are 2-1 in the season. With the two wins coming against Columbus and Wahoo-Bishop Neumann and the only loss on the season coming against Elkhorn South. The Antlers will continue their next competition against Millard South on Tuesday September 10th on their run to state. 

Faith Herbers
Junior Abby Wolfe back to serve for the antlers