Aves volleyball sets its season


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ACE. SHS Aves looks to spike the ball against their competitor, La Salle High School. The team lost this game 0-3. This contributed to one of the four losses this season.

The SHS boys team has sprung into a new season this spring. The varsity team has had a total of five games so far, starting on April 5 against Milford.

“We love support from fellow Aviators and would love to see fans in the stands during our upcoming games,” said Jason Logan, 12.

Their current record is 1-4 with their only win being against Hamilton. They left Hamilton scoreless on our home court.

“I think we were just feeling it that game, and that is something we need to keep up in future games,” said Jacob Marischen, 12.

The team’s next two games are on April 27 at Oak Hills and April 29 at Loveland. The team looks to further their wins to catapult them up to a 3-4 record.

Aves volleyball has been putting in work and effort ever since the winter of 2016.

“Our season has been team building, and I think if we keep putting forth effort, we will find our stride,” said Adam Marischen, 10.

SHS has given their all so far this season and will continue to do so during their upcoming games.