Senior Madison Street has been playing volleyball since fifth grade. She has grown from playing in grade school to competing in state tournaments. Street has also received several awards throughout her volleyball career, including PLAC All-Conference, Indiana High School Volleyball Coaches Association All-District and most assists.
Street has formed memories throughout her career with many of her teammates.
“My favorite memory of volleyball was winning Sectional and Regional my sophomore year,” said Street.
Over the course of Street’s volleyball career, she has improved the most on defense. Street also participated in club volleyball on the Aspire team when she was a freshman. Street has participated in many activities and has made many friends through them.
“I will miss spending time with my friends, whether we are at practice, a game or just hanging out; we always have a good time together,” said Street.
From her volleyball experience, Street has developed advice for underclassmen players.
“The advice that I would give is to always work hard and not take anything for granted. One day you will wish you could come to practice and step on the court with your friends; you should enjoy it while you can,” said Street.
As Street reflects on her years in volleyball, she has a lot of accomplishments to be proud of.
“I think my high school career has been pretty successful. Winning Sectional and Regional was unforgettable, and winning it with my best friends made it even better,” said Street.
Even though Street will not further her volleyball career in college, she plans on attending Indiana University and majoring in child psychology.
Story by Lili Seals