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Morning Sun
  • TRIBAL STAR: Middle School sports at St. Paul

  • This year’s middle school volleyball team sits at a 3-2 record so far this season.  Their coach is Mrs. Jene Noe, who is assisted by Ms. Madison Bayer. After asking Mrs. Noe what she wants her team to improve on the most, she answered, “We need more communication and our serves need to be at least 80% by t...
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  • This year’s middle school volleyball team sits at a 3-2 record so far this season.  Their coach is Mrs. Jene Noe, who is assisted by Ms. Madison Bayer. After asking Mrs. Noe what she wants her team to improve on the most, she answered, “We need more communication and our serves need to be at least 80% by the end of the season.”  Her goal for the season is to win the league title. She stated she enjoys coaching middle school volleyball because the students are enthusiastic and want to learn the sport.
    Racquel Rice, one of the leaders on the team, agreed with Mrs. Noe that the team needs to get better at serving the ball and she also wants to have a winning record for the season.
    The middle school football team’s season is at an end, but the coaches felt theis season will lead to greater successes in the future. Mr. Randy Stoneking is the assistant coach under head coach, Adam Burke.  Mr. Stoneking stated he liked his first year of coaching. “I loved it because I got to coach my favorite sport.”  
    The team is down on numbers this year and Mr. Stoneking says the team will improve even more if more kids come out next season.
    The starting quarterback, Noah Winter, said, “There is a difference being one of the older kids on the team because you have to step up and be a leader.”  He also stated, “we want to have a winning season, work, and get better for high school.”
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