Orab Volleyball Players Get Visual Representation That There Are Many Pieces To The Puzzle

Date posted - October 23, 2013

Orab Puzzle Presentation

Orab volleyball player Allie Jongewaard presents “Community” puzzle piece to KIWA’s Tom Traughber as Orab Head VB Coach Eric Maassen looks on

Sheldon, Iowa — The Sheldon High School Volleyball Team continues its winning ways.

But the team got a visual reminder of the fact that there’s no “I” in team at practice on Monday night.

Junior volleyball player Jena Van Marel says Ruth Vogel, the JV volleyball coach reminded the team that there are many pieces to the Orab victory puzzle.

Click or tap the play button above or this link to listen.

The “community” puzzle piece was given to KIWA Radio. Van Marel tells us why she thinks that was.

Click or tap the play button above or this link to listen.

KIWA Radio is honored that we were chosen to receive the “community” puzzle piece.

Orab volleyball player Allie Jongewaard presented the “community” puzzle piece to KIWA’s Tom Traughber on Tuesday afternoon.

The Orab volleyball team’s record is 31 and 4, and they are rated number two in the state in latest 3A poll. They continue play in the open region tournament Monday, October 28 at home against Estherville Lincoln Central.

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2 Responses to “Orab Volleyball Players Get Visual Representation That There Are Many Pieces To The Puzzle”

  1. Tim says:

    Awesome!!! Go Orabs!!

  2. WP says:

    Coach Eric Maassen, Jena, Allie and all members and coaches of the 2013 Sheldon Orab
    Volleyball Team, KIWA is truly honored to receive a piece of the “team” puzzle. We are all about our local communities at KIWA and look forward to covering Orab Volleyball in the tournaments.

    Walt Pruiksma
    KIWA Radio, General Manager

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