Krish Maypole has led the Boys Volleyball team in assists for the past two years. This past week he reached a milestone by collecting his 1,000th career assist against Westford Academy. As the setter, his responsibilities include running the offense, blocking, digging, and serving. With hard work and determination Krish led the team to a second-place finish at the Rhody Invitational that had 25 schools from four different states. He was also chosen to the All-Tournament team for his outstanding play. In the same week he had a career-high 60 assists in a match against Wayland. To top off the week, Krish led the team to a second-place finish at the Volleyhall Classic, which features the top 20 teams in the state. His leadership and focus have been a cornerstone for his ability to be one of the top setters in the state. Congratulations to Krish and the Lions Boys Volleyball team on an incredible week of volleyball!
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