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Madison Courtney is a senior at Inola High School and a member of the varsity volleyball team. As a member of the team, Courtney has taken on a leadership role and is looking forward to seeing what she and her teammates can accomplish this season. The senior has played volleyball for the last four years and plays the position of libero, a defensive specialist. Getting the word to return to practice and school was an exciting moment for Courtney.

“I was super excited that we got to go back to school and play volleyball,” said Courtney.

The return to action was long awaited, but now they are back on the court and ready to play. Courtney said she loves playing with this group of girls.

“I like that everyone does their own part and we all contribute to the team’s success,” said Courtney.

The Lady Longhorns libero is not just a volleyball player. A senior in high school an two-sport student athlete, Courtney is involved in many activities including National Honor Society, Yearbook staff, Student Council and she plays basketball in the winter. Courtney gives credit to everyone around her for pushing to and helping her get to where she is today.

“My coaches, family, and friends have always encouraged me and pushed me to do my best,” said Courtney.

Once she has graduated in the spring of 2021, Courtney plans to go to college to study civil engineering or architectural engineering.

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