Record Breaking Lady Pirate Volleyball Season Ends
Many of the goals this year’s senior laden Lady Pirate Volleyball team were accomplished, and on top of continued program growth and success in Head Coach Tammy Nuxoll’s fifth year. Charlestown finished 21-10 this season, 18-12 last season, and 7-22 in her third season after over a decade of program losing seasons. Not withstanding losing eight seniors this year, the current success is promising as evidenced by continued Junior Varsity success; and four players with quality varsity experience and talent. Saturday morning, Charlestown’s season ended when falling to Brownstown in the semi-final round of the Silver Creek Sectional (10-25, 14-25, & 13-25). The program did gain eight families of supporters that likely will continue to follow a program they believe in for years to come. “It’s always difficult when your season comes to end. Brownstown has a good program, and they were the better team today. Despite the loss, I cannot say enough about this team and the senior leadership we had this season. We will definitely feel the impact of losing these 8 seniors. They have been the backbone of the program, and have left high expectation for those that follow them. I’m proud of this entire team and the 21-10 record they earned this season”, summarized Head Coach Nuxoll. Senior Kaia Reid led the offense against Brownstown with 9 kills and Hannah Vincent led the defense with 11 digs. “This program will work hard to continue its positive success”, concluded Coach Nuxoll. Photo courtesy of Jeremy Vincent.