Patch stopped by the Severna Park varsity volleyball practice and spoke with senior Kimberly Bell about her volleyball career, life at SPHS and her plans for the future.
Severna Park Patch: What is your favorite Severna Park volleyball memory?
Kimberly Bell: Sophomore year we were playing South River for the county championship. My sister was on the team we were all really nervous. We knew we could beat them because we already beat Arundel and they were undefeated. We play best three out of five and we lost the first two games pretty badly and were shaken up. But then we won the third and fourth games. The fifth game was tied 13-13—it was probably the most stressful time of my life. Then we won and we have this picture of the exact moment we won and all of us are jumping like 10 feet in the air. It was probably the greatest thing ever.
Severna Park Patch: What are your expectations for this season?
Bell: We want to win states.
Severna Park Patch: What other groups or activities do you participate in at Severna Park High School?
Bell: I’m in rock and roll revival.
Severna Park Patch: What was your favorite class at Severna Park?
Bell: Mr. Dunbar for AP Human geography because I have a lot of friends in there and Dunbar is a really good teacher.
Severna Park Patch: What are your plans after high school?
Bell: I want to go to college and hopefully play volleyball in college. I want to go to Towson and major in medical biology.
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