Wabaunsee volleyball is confident heading into tomorrow’s sub-state matches.
With a record of 33-3, the Chargers are the top seed in the tournament.
“The MEL always prepares us for post season. There’s always good competition that pushes us to step up our game,” head coach Tracy Capoun said. “We have learned to stay calm with confidence during times we have fell behind. We know that if we just focus on our job, put in the effort and don’t give up, we can fight back.
For the first time since 2016, WHS is hosting sub-state.
“Our team’s energy being on our home court playing with our home crowd supporting us will drive us and motivate us to win and head to state,” senior libro Alexis Hafenstine said.
Focused enthusiasm is also what we continually work on. We realize that momentum and excitement can swing a game,” Capoun said.
There are eight teams in the sub-state including Wabaunsee’s first-round matchup, 8-seed Central Heights. The Chargers have wins over six of the teams in the field, all except Central Heights and 2-seed Heritage Christian.
The team will play at 2 p.m. against Central Heights. Admission is $6 for adults and $5 for students with no passes allowed.
— Laurel Barber, @Lawl_e_20