Storch entering fourth season as Reed City setter

It's Jordyn Storch's senior season with Evart.
It's Jordyn Storch's senior season with Evart.

REED CITY — Jordyn Storch is entering her fourth season setting for the Reed City volleyball team, and is looking for this to be her best year.

The Coyotes opened their season on Friday at Ludington, and will be at McBain next Tuesday.

Storch spent a lot of time on volleyball and softball during the summer.

She broke the school’s home run record during the spring.

Last season, she was Reed City’s main setter. During her first two seasons, she shared the role.

Storch also plays basketball. When it comes to volleyball, “It’s gotten better each year. I’ve improved a lot.”

Being a full-time setter and getting more experience has helped her game, she indicated.

“I put the ball in a good spot,” she said.

Storch has learned to jump serve and said ‘“timing” is a key. ‘‘It’s a powerful serve,” she said. It’s intimidating for the other team, Storch indicated.

She’s expecting a stronger Reed City team this fall.

“We only lost one senior,” Storch said. “I feel like we’ll come back. I feel we’ll click right away.”

Grant will be among the toughest opponents in the Central State Activities Association’s Gold Division, she indicated.

Against teams like Grant, “we need to play together and minimize mistakes.”