Eckville Aces Player of the Week

Aces Player of the Week: Casey Belway, Grade 11

Player of the Week Casey Belway finished off her Grade 11 year seeing a vast improvement from the beginning of the year

Player of the Week Casey Belway finished off her Grade 11 year seeing a vast improvement from the beginning of the year for the Senior Girls Volleyball Aces. Belway played her rookie season this year because of a torn Achilles tendon last year.

“We had to all learn how senior ball works,” she said. “I think we have improved so much and we have raised the bar.”

Belway said one of the most important thing she learned this year was “realizing how each player has different qualities you have to incorporate to be a great team” adding she thinks they are becoming a great team.

She explained she feels she leads the team with her positivity on the court.

reporter@eckvilleecho.com

 

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