Shawnee improved to 12-2 with dominating wins over Urbana and Stebbins this week.
SPRINGFIELD — Commitment is talked about on teams from little league to professionals. For Shawnee’s volleyball team, it’s not just some term that gets thrown around in the locker room after bad games. It’s the rallying cry and driving force for every minute the Braves are on the court.
Shawnee is committed to winning the CBC Kenton Trail and playing at a high level. The team’s commitment so far has been clear. They are 12-2 overall and are tied with Tecumseh for first place in the Kenton Trail. The two squads will face each other on Tuesday in a key match.