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Kaycee hosts Midwest for home volleyball

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Bindi Hill hugs assistant coach Val Streeter

Kaycee High School senior Bindi Hill hugs assistant coach Val Streeter after the trio of seniors read thank you notes to coaches, teammates, family and community members on Thursday in Kaycee.

Kaycee hosted Midwest for their home volleyball game, celebrating senior night and the three graduating seniors on this years team. The seniors read thank you notes before the game and celebrated their parents with flowers and photos. Kaycee won a quick 3-0 over Midwest and at the end of the game celebrated the completed bowling season of Kaycee special olympics athlete Rhace Maya. 

Karcee Maya jumps to make a hit during the first set against Midwest

Kaycee High School junior Karcee Maya jumps to make a hit during the first set against Midwest on Thursday in Kaycee. Maya is one of five juniors on the team this year.

Jackie Ramirez darts sideways to receive a hit

Kaycee High School senior Jackie Ramirez darts sideways to receive a hit on Thursday in Kaycee. Ramirez is one of three seniors on this year’s volleyball team.

Sierra Kilts passes the ball up to a hitter during the first set against Midwest

Kaycee High School junior Sierra Kilts passes the ball up to a hitter during the first set against Midwest on Thursday in Kaycee.

Kaycee High School’s student section was well attended for the senior game

Kaycee High School’s student section was well attended for the senior game on Thursday in Kaycee ready to cheer for the final home game of the year.

Laci Taylor makes a backside hit down the line

Kaycee High School junior Laci Taylor makes a backside hit down the line on Thursday in Kaycee.

Sierra Kilts looks up to complete her jump serve during the second set against Midwest

Kaycee High School junior Sierra Kilts looks up to complete her jump serve during the second set against Midwest on Thursday in Kaycee. Kaycee had a quick 25-5 win over Midwest in the first set.

Arlette Ortega-Chavez digs a hit during the third set against Kaycee

Kaycee High School senior Arlette Ortega-Chavez digs a hit during the third set against Kaycee on Thursday in Kaycee. Kaycee won quickly in a 3-0 match against Midwest. Thursday’s game also served as senior night as the team celebrated three seniors before the start of the last regular home game of the season.

Karcee Maya walks arm in arm with her brother Rhace

Kaycee High School junior Karcee Maya walks arm in arm with her brother Rhace before he was recognized for his participation in this fall’s special olympics bowling on Thursday in Kaycee. The siblings then walked through a tunnel made by the volleyball team after the completion of the varsity game.

Rhace Maya moves through the volleyball team’s tunnel alongside his sister Karcee

Rhace Maya moves through the volleyball team’s tunnel alongside his sister Karcee as he is announced as Kaycee’s participant in the Johnson County Special Olympics on Thursday in Kaycee. Rhace competed the following day in the final fall session of bowling at the alley in Buffalo alongside seven other county participants.

Photojournalist

Jessi Dodge joined the Bulletin as a photojournalist and a Report for America corp member in 2020. If you have ideas or comments, reach out at jessi@buffalobulletin.com.

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