During practice this week at Northwest, Amy Gaston’s staff tracked every pass and hit.
“It was a shock to the girls. They are not used to that,” Gaston said. “Some were shocked they were not where they thought they would be. It’s a way to hold each other accountable.”
By the end of the week, the Lady Texans were getting into the added accountability in workouts under their new head coach.
“It’s more intense and quicker,” said setter Morgan Baker.
The Lady Texans are working to replace a lot of firepower that left the squad with 10 graduating seniors. Middle blocker Tessa Harfield said she and the other hitters are getting up to speed quickly.
“We have some really powerful hitters outside and some other smart hitters,” Harfield said.
The Lady Texans hope to continue their playoff streak. But their main goal is to go deeper than before.
“This year we have a chance with a lot more dedication to get past the first round,” Harfield said.