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VHS Volleyball Seniors to be Honored on Tuesday Night

VHS volleyball will honor its eight seniors at their final regular season home game against Emmett.
Jasmyne Lupo #1 (Libero)

Come support our Vallivue Volleyball Seniors for Senior Night on Tuesday, Oct. 10. Don’t forget to wear pink since this theme is PINK OUT for breast cancer awareness. They will be playing Emmett, and it should start between 6:45 and 7 pm. Here is a feature on every senior volleyball player highlighting their favorite memories from this season.

Jasmyne Lupo #1

Jasmyne Lupo, Vallivue’s varsity libero, will not continue volleyball after graduation. She is very glad she was able to reach her goal of being varsity libero this year. Lupo is feeling all the emotions of this being her last year: she’s “overwhelmed, excited, sad, all the emotions.” Many memories were shared this year across the team, but her favorite memory was beating Bishop Kelly for the first time in her years of playing.

Adelina Alfonso #2

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Senior Adelina Alfonso, an amazing outside hitter, will not be continuing volleyball outside of graduation. She says she loves volleyball very much but doesn’t see it in her future. Her best memory this season is when Mia, her teammate, tripped holding the Idaho Pizza. Alfonso did in fact reach her goal this year: her goal was to “get more accuracy and consistency with my serves and hitting.” She is sad and not ready for her last Vallivue volleyball season to come to an end.

Mia Carson #3

Mia Carson, a middle blocker, does not plan to continue volleyball. Out of all of her memories, her favorite memory of this season was beating Bishop Kelly and of course when she tripped with the pizza. With this being her last season, and it being almost over, she doesn’t even know how to feel.  Her goal was to make varsity this year, and she did just that and was a great addition to the team.

Ellie Leavitt #4

Ellie Leavitt’s goal this season was “to not miss more than one serve.” She reached this goal and is very proud of herself. She has lots of memories this season but her favorite is beating Bishop Kelly in three sets. Leavitt will not continue to play volleyball after high school because “ten seasons was long enough.” She also played club ball as an Outside Hitter and got Athlete of the Week for the “Idaho Statesman.” She’s thankful, grateful and blessed that she is graduating.

Elise Saindon #5

Elise Saindon, the senior setter on varsity, does not plan to continue playing volleyball after graduation. Her goal was “To have fun!!” this season, and she reached this goal. Her favorite memory was all of the time she spent with her teammates. With a new coach, it was a rough adjustment, but they all had fun. Saindon is as ready as she ever will be to graduate.

Kaitlyn Rine #6

Kaitlyn Rine, a multi-sport athlete, will not be continuing her volleyball career. She plays as a Defensive Specialist for the varsity team. This year was a little new for this varsity team with a new coach. Rine’s goal was to have fun and for the most part, they did; she said it was a good group of girls. Like many other players, her favorite memory was beating Bishop Kelly after a number of years. She explains she’s sad it’s her last year but very thankful for the experience.

Hadley Gray #7

Hadley Gray, who doesn’t personally attend Vallivue High but does play volleyball for them, will not be playing volleyball after graduation. She is a Middle Blocker, and her goal was, “To have fun with my team.” She did reach this goal. Her favorite memory was beating Bishop Kelly in three sets since they are known for recruiting star players to their team. Gray is sad but excited for her future and what is to come.

Cassidy Hughes #9

Defensive Specialist Cassidy Hughes will not be continuing her volleyball career after graduation. She is sad that she won’t be playing it anymore. Her favorite memory of this season was “Sweeping Bishop Kelly.” That was one of many memories from this season. Her goal was to have fun and she feels like she did have fun.

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Reagan Jackson, Staff Writer
I’m Reagan Jackson a freshman at Vallivue High. I chose to join Journalism to expand my writing knowledge and skills. My favorite stories to write are any narratives, or stories that feature people. This year I plan to learn new ways of writing and expand my vocabulary for my writing.
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