Tracy volleyball continues strong in league play



Varsity players huddle together before the game

Sydney Burns, Staff Reporter

Tracy High’s volleyball team continues with its outstanding year as it has brought new wins and experiences for the team.

Coach Mahina McCamey has seen her members become stronger as they faced more and more schools.

“Our matches are only becoming more intense, but with the constant appreciation from all the coaches, students of the school, and the spirit of the team, has only made use all the stronger,” McCamey said.

Samantha Brown and Lindsay Price shared their experiences since they joined the varsity team last year.

Being on the varsity team has had such a greater impact on me,” Price said. “There is so much positivity coming from the team, it just makes me want to keep getting better and support my team”

— Lindsay Price

The past couple of games have been tough as the Bulldogs continue on towards the championships.

Senior Grace Murphy, on the team since freshman year, said that it has one of best experiences of her life, and felt that she has become a better player than she imagined.

“Grace has been a shining experience for the team, knowing most of the ins and outs of what to do, along with her other varsity members. She has such strength in her to try to become better and enjoy herself. She has been a very strong leader for the younger members,” McCamey said.

Along with Grace, other varsity members like Jiane Eter have had made greater impacts on the team.

“The competition has only gotten better, but that’s what makes it so much more fun being on the team. With it being my senior year, I hope to keep on gaining more experience before graduating,” Eter said.

With the continued wins against Turlock and Ripon on Sept. 17, and 21, respectively. Tracy hosts St. Mary’s in a big game on Oct. 5, at 6p.m. The players are going to be going against some tough competition, they continue through a difficult league.

“Our team has become such an inseparable group through the past weeks. That bond is what will make them continue on.” McCamey said.