Volleyball Duo Reach Milestones

Katie Moore and Madison Williams have helped lead the Owls to a 27-1 season.

Brayden Kreutz, Editor-in-Chief


Windsor volleyball continues to impress. 

The Owls are currently sitting at 27-1 on the season. The team is currently ranked No. 3 in the stltoday small school rankings. While the Owls have been racking up wins, they also keep picking up individual accomplishments as well. 

Over the past two weeks, a pair of volleyball players have reached 1000 in different categories. 

Junior Katie Moore reached 1000 career digs and senior Madison Williams recorded her 1000th career assists. 

Moore said, “I heard about me hitting 1000 the week before, and I had no clue I was that close to 1000 before my senior year.” 

Moore already has more than 1100 career digs. 

Moore said, “I’m just looking forward to keeping up what I have been doing and hope I can get to the 1500 mark by the end of my senior year.” 

Not only are the Lady Owls on a roll, they are individually breaking goals they have set themselves. 

Williams said, “When I first started volleyball, I didn’t think I would get to where I am now, especially hitting 1000 assists.”

The Owls aren’t finished yet. They are coming off a 27-4-3 record last year to an even better record this fall. 

Moore said, “With the chemistry this team has, I think we have a very good shot at winning the district title. I have been playing with some of the girls since third grade so we have all created a pretty close bond.”

The players want to make more memories. The Owls begin district play at 7:15pm on October 21 at Farmington. Windsor will play Cape Central in the first round. 

Williams said, “I can’t believe this is my last year with this team. It’s going to be sad not playing with them after this year but my overall favorite memory with this squad was when we went down to Cape early this season. Going down definitely helped bring us all together by staying in the hotel. My favorite part was not only the hotel and the trip but doing good as a team and coming in second.”