The Epitaph

Player of the Month: Sara Olsson

This month's player of the month is Sara Olsson

By Harold Rucker III

Hang on for a minute...we're trying to find some more stories you might like.

Email This Story

Sophomore Sara Olsson is an extremely important player to the volleyball team. She is a huge help to the team scoring-wise and defensively.

The volleyball team has been very successful this season and will be in CCS. Their record is 7-6. “I believe that the season has gone quite well, even though we have had our ups and downs each game end with having a good time,” Olsson said.

Sara Olsson performs above and beyond expectations during her volleyball game.

Even though the team does not always win, Olsson and her teammates play hard and

enjoy playing every game.

The team’s success doesn’t only come, but also from the work the teams does during practice.  

“The beginning of each practice JV and varsity does a T25 workout and then we jump straight into doing the butterfly drill, which involves focus and concentration. Then we run a few drills targeting the skills that we need to practice for our next opponent, and ending practice with playing 6 on 6,” Olsson said.

Olsson not only has the support of her teammates and coaches, but she also has the support of her family.

“They make me play better every game I play. My mom especially is there for me every game filming me for future college videos and recruiting purposes” Olsson said.

Outstanding performances by Olsson in games and her improvement from last year is why she was given Player of the Month.

Print Friendly, PDF & Email

About the Contributors
Harold Rucker III, Reporter
Harold Rucker III is a sophomore at Homestead High School. This is his first year writing for the paper. He is also a Homestead athlete, playing football and running track. His hobbies are playing sports and hanging out with friends. He joined journalism because he thought it would be a great way to connect with...
Izzy La Rue, Senior Sports Editor
Izzy is a junior and is on the football team. He was born in Mountain View, California and lived in Sunnyvale, San Jose and then finally came back to Sunnyvale. He started playing sports since he could walk, he played soccer, baseball, basketball and then football. But out of all of those sports the one...
Leave a Comment

The Epitaph reserves the right to moderate comments on articles. Spam or obscene comments may be deleted without prior notice.

If you want a picture to show with your comment, go get a gravatar.