Volleyball season comes to an end


Laney Turner

The varsity volleyball team celebrates after scoring. The team won this match.

Madi Hay, Reporter

Maize had their final game on Saturday ending their season at substate. They ended up with a record of 21-10.

Their first match was against Eisenhower. The Eagles came out with a victory against the Tigers.

Senior Mallorie Koehn said the games were all challenging, but the Eagles continued to fight. 

“Throughout the Eisenhower game I knew we were going to win but the games were still pretty intense,” Koehn said. 

The Eagles played Maize South next, losing this match. Koehn said the girls played great, but the Mavericks fought harder and came out with the victory.

“I think we played really good but Maize South was just ready to go,” Koehn said. “We did a lot of preparation during practice and ultimately they were just the better team that day.”

Senior Sydney Lentz said she was happy with how the season went. 

“The season was great,” Lentz said. “It was the best one that Maize has had for the last three years.”

Lentz said volleyball has taught her many life lessons that will help her in her future.

“Volleyball has taught me to be a leader and it has taught me when people are down you have to bring them back up,” Lentz said.