A perfect Senior Night
Senior night brings with it an abundance of emotions. Some players are performing in front of their home crowd for the last time, while for others it is simply the last time they will be with teammates they have learned to look at for leadership and guidance throughout the course of the season. It’s a time of celebration of all the accomplishments that the senior players have experienced throughout the course of their high school career but at the same time it is bittersweet as reflecting on past memories can bring both joy and sadness as parents and players realize that a close of a chapter in their child’s life is fast approaching. There was an exceptional flood of emotions for the Preslar family.
The Covid-19 pandemic brought with it many consequences for the high school sports world. Back in the spring of 2020, high school sports were canceled and many players had to face the reality that their high school playing days were cut short. Last year there were many Covid-19 regulations that schools had to endure according to University of Interscholastic League guidelines. These included the students being forced to sit out games for being in close contact. The impact and consequences of the coronavirus seem to be almost a distant memory of the past in the aspect of sports since regulations are laxer and games have continued to be played. However, for one senior in particular on the Kitty Kat volleyball team, the ramifications are all too real of exactly what this virus can unleash.
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