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What thousand words would you be able to say about the people in this picture?

(L to R: Emily, Amberle, Tricia, Tam, Amanda, Cori)

For me, this picture is easy to express at least 1000 words about these girls.

Emily – She is probably the most sweet hearted and compassionate person. She has a nurturing spirit about her and most everyone on the teams knows who to go to if they want to feel loved. She tells the BEST stories. (HAHA! Judy fell in the pond!) On the court, she might be quite but gives a lot of energy and strength.

Amberle – She’s the most well-knowledged female athlete who is hilarious and REAL. I have been encouraged by here through random texts or when I just walk in the room and she makes me feel like a superstar. I am proud to know Amberle because her humor challenges me to think more intently and to be open to many people. I hope to have some Monday Moe’s dates with her throughout life. I have laughed so much with her and it has blessed my soul.

Tricia – I have to thank her for taking a risk by allowing me to spend some one-on-one time with her last year. I enjoyed getting to know more about her, her team and myself through the conversations we had. I love how she is willing to make some tough calls and she is growing in her understanding of who she is in Christ. I have seen her grow spiritually and emotionally. I believe that she has a great balance of work and play and I think that will help keep her sanity as she continues her education. On the court she lightens the moment and she brings the digs!

Amanda – I think most people would say they LOVE to watch Amanda Hill play volleyball. I am thankful to have been able to watch her play over the last couple of years. She definitely brings so much intensity to the court and her strength and drive is overwhelming. I believe that Amanda often gets overlooked of being a genuine and fun-loving girl because she comes across intimidating on the court they don’t give her a chance off the court.

Cori – She is probably one of the most disciplined individuals I know. Cori has some hidden humor that most people are not privileged to know about her. She is a driven person and I think people read her the wrong way because they are scared of the sacrifice and commitment. When asked who I enjoy watching play, Cori is the first person who comes to mind. One of my favorite things about watching volleyball is when they won a point they always celebrate in the center of the court as they regroup for the next point. I love the hype and Cori brings that kind of hype! I hope to see her become a very success school teacher.


Special thanks to Coach for allowing me the opportunity to be a part of these girls life.