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Sweat mascara and tears engulfed every players face Everyones head was spinning from trying to search for an answer We had just lost our third conference volleyball game making our record 0-3 As my team and I proceeded to take a seat on the locker room bench Ms Tulip our coach broke the silence by asking the question on everyones mind Girls what do we keep doing wrong We have the talent and skill to be a winning teambut talent alone is not enough In order to win everyone must all come together and believe Ms Tulip said as our team slowly fell apart Gradually my teammates began to speak up and voice their heartfelt opinions and forty five minutes passed by The crying had yet to cease but it was in that moment that I knew I must speak upHonestlyI am so disappointed in our performance tonight Throughout the years I have learned that my teammates are not only other girls on the court but my family Our team is not just a group of girlswe are a family This means that after every mistake we should not point fingers but instead realize our faults and move on to the next play Also after every point winning play we should have a smile as bright as the sun on our faces If every single one of us recognizes that we are all in this together I believe victory will come our way We can do thisand we will said the captains in unison Once the captains were done voicing their feelings everyone came together to form one huge group huddle Instantly the sniffling sound disappeared and smiles spread across every girls face like poison ivy Everyone now believed in not only themselves but the team as a whole Resulting from the boost of confidence was a new sense of unity This unity carried us all the way into the next week in which we
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