After a 31-6 record and a state appearance, the Sidney Cowgirls volleyball team look to further its success with senior leadership.
Coach McClintock is looking to push her team and focus on being positive and get the team used to playing in different environments.  “We have to be positive and push ourselves out of our comfort zone,” McClintock said.
Sidney will enter the 2018 season with Camryn McClintock and Jaden Daffer will be providing the senior guidance.  “Jaden and Camryn are probably in the record books, as far as wins, because they have been at state every year since they were freshmen,” McClintock said.
In the three years of playing together, Camryn McClintock and Jaden Daffer have tallied a record of 98 wins and 12 losses with 243 sets won.
Presley Brumbaugh will be a on the right side and Coach McClintock noted that they have to keep her healthy.
Sidney will jump right into action on Aug. 25 when they travel to Bondurant Farrar High School for a 16 team tournament.  This will give the Cowgirls a chance to see some bigger schools.  “That will really tell us what we need to work on,” said McClintock.
The fundamentals seem to be in order for the Cowgirls, as far as passing and hitting, but McClintock really wants the girls to work on communication and running a faster offense.  “We want the girls to be more comfortable in an offense like that,” McClintock said.  “If we can keep girls healthy, they will have to contend for positions.”
The team’s first match will be Saturday, Aug. 25, at  Bondurant Farrar High School. Start time is 8 a.m.