|Written by Wauneta Breeze|
|Friday, 12 October 2012 17:54|
By Diane Stamm
The Wauneta Breeze
I once heard someone say, “Nobody celebrates like a volleyball team.”
I couldn’t agree more. Soccer comes close, but when you only score once or twice per game it’s got to be big.
In volleyball there’s a potential for a party with every point.
Kill: whoop, holler, maybe a dance.
Ace: fist pumps and high fives all around.
Block: Arms in the air for the traditional Nebraska “ROOF.”
I’m usually against celebrations. I’m more of a “act like you’ve been there” type person.
Touchdown and sack celebrations in football drive me nuts.
Basketball players chest bumping after dunks make me change the channel.
I don’t know what’s different about volleyball.
But I enjoy it.
On another note, I know the NSAA can sometimes be criticized for its scheduling tactics, but I’d like to thank whoever was in charge of the Broncos’ football schedule this year. I don’t know about the rest of you, but I was very grateful the team had a bye Friday night and we didn’t have to stand around in the cold for the game.
As for this week, the game against Elba-North Loup-Scotia will be played in Scotia.
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