Norwell Honors Volleyball Seniors
Thanks for the memories, reach for the stars and chase your dreams
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Breann is the daughter of Bruce & Kim Barger. Breann has been a member of the Norwell Volleyball program for four years. She will compete in her fourth varsity seasons of basketball and tennis later this year. Breann has been in student council for four years, has been a member of the National Honor Society for two years, is involved in Campus Life and is part of the CORE Leadership Team. Breann attends First Church of Christ and has been involved with Hope Student Ministries for two years. She participated with Junior Team Tennis for four years and is a 10 year member of 4-H. Breann’s future plans are to attend a four year college to pursue an undecided major and potentially continue her athletic career in tennis. Breann plans to travel and go on as many adventures as possible. Breann would like to thank her family for all of their love and support and for attending every event she has participated in. She would like to thank her teammates for putting up with her laughing fits and for always having her back. She would like to thank Coach Hunter for encouraging her and making her last year of volleyball fun and all of her mentors for the light they have shed into her life. She would like to thank her friends for loving her through all of her imperfections, the memories made together and for pushing her to be a better person. Above all, Breann would like to thank God for all the blessings he has placed in her life and for the ability to play a sport that she loves. Breann’s advice: Be bold and courageous, meet as many people as you can, don’t be afraid to fail and do everything out of love.
Riley is the daughter of Chris & Julie Fraze. Riley has been a member of the Norwell Volleyball program for four years. Riley has played tennis for one season, she will swim for the fourth year this winter, has participated with the Otters swim club for three years and played one year of volleyball with the Decatur Force club team. Riley attends Life Community Church. Riley’s future plans include attending a four year college to pursue a degree in Nursing. She then plans to pursue her Master’s degree to become a Nurse Practitioner in a Dermatology office. Riley hopes to travel and experience new things around the world. Riley would like to thank her parents, family and friends for always being there for her, supporting her and providing her with someone that she could confide in about everything. She would also like to thank all of her coaches that she has had for the effort they gave to this team. Finally she would like to thank God for blessing her with this life and all of the great people she has in it. Riley’s advice: Take advantage of high school and whatever part of your life you’re in while you can, be kind to others, work hard, get involved and have fun.
Grace is the daughter of Andrew & Gay Stoppenhagen. Grace has been a four year member of the Norwell Volleyball program. Grace played one season of basketball and this coming spring will be her fourth year playing softball. Grace has been part of student council for four years and a member of the National Honor Society for two years. She has been active in Campus Life and the Core leadership team during her four years at Norwell and next summer will be Grace’s 10th year as a member of 4-H. Grace’s future plans are to attend an undecided four year college to pursue an undecided major and then to someday become a wife and mother. Grace would like to thank her family for supporting her over the last four years. Grace would like to thank her boyfriend Logan and his family for welcoming her into their lives over the past year and for the love they give her each day. Grace wishes a big thank you to her volleyball girls for the years of memories, friendship, and for showing her how to be a good teammate and hard worker. Thank you to her friends for filling her life full of laughs and for cheering for her on and off the court. Finally, thank you to her grandma who gives her continuous love and shows her how to live everyday for Jesus. Grace’s advice to underclassmen: Don’t be afraid to step up a be a leader. Lead by example and always be kind.
Kenlee is the daughter of Ronny & Deidre Stoppenhagen. Kenlee has been a four year member of the Norwell Volleyball program. Kenlee played two years with the Norwell Wave volleyball club and two years with the Decatur Force volleyball club. This spring she will compete in her fourth year of track and has been involved in Campus Life for four years. This summer will mark her 10th year as a member of 4-H where she is involved in the horse and pony club. Kenlee’s future plans include attending the University of St. Francis for an undecided major. She hopes to marry the love of her life and start a family and get a dog. Kenlee would like to thank her parents for the sacrifices they have made and for watching all her matches, especially on long tournament days. She would like to thank her grandma Nancy for making it to every game and her grandpa for sending a Heavenly hug everyday and watching over her. Thank you to all the friends she has gained over the years and her teammates for dealing with her attitude and competitiveness...I Love You all. A special thanks to Conner, Landyn, Drew and Will for always being there for her. Kenlee also wants to thank the Norwell Community for a great four years. Kenlee’s advice: Everyone says high school goes fast and I never believed it, but in the words of Billy Madison: For the love of God, cherish it! These are the greatest days of your life.