Boys’ Volleyball Team Looks To Make Big Impact

Posted on April 9, 2015 by


The Fleetwood boys’ volleyball team looks promising this upcoming season, with key seniors Ryan Gantz and Tomas Paniak leading the team.

The boys play sixteen games this season and have a very tough schedule. They play teams like Governor Mifflin and Wilson, and they will have to play well each game to win.

The boys played Wilson on March 24. They lost three games to none as the Tiger’s played tough, but the Bulldog’s were just too strong.

All of their games will be held at 6:00 p.m. They will have eight home games and eight away games. They will play their league games twice, one home game and one away game.

“I’m excited for this year.  It’s my senior year, and I want to do well,” senior Ryan Gantz said.

Gantz is 6’6 and hopes to make a big impact on his team, going far this year.

“I just can’t wait to see what this year holds for me,” Gantz said.

The boys usually get a good turnout for their games as they take on the bigger opponents.

“I was at the Wilson game. Even though they lost, they still played them tough, and the score doesn’t show how well they played,” senior Mitch Kinek said.

High aspirations and dedication will drive the boys’ team to success. It will take a collective effort to prevail in this tough league.

Tomas Paniak, who has been playing on the team since freshmen year, will be the team’s most experienced player on the roster.

“Even though we’re young, we’re still talented, and that’s what keeps me optimistic about this year,” Paniak said.

Although the Tigers have a tough year, they strive to be among the top when it’s all said and done.

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