While for all but one local team, the volleyball season is over, there’s still plenty of questions I’m sure you all have.
Want to inquire about what is in store for, or how Haldane will fare at states? Have questions about end-of-season awards? Want to sound off on the regular season and postseason? Have suggestions for improved coverage? Or do you just have a question you want to ask me directly for my opinion? For anything that may be bopping around in your head, ask away in Thursday’s live LoHud chat, which will be right here on the blog at 7:30 p.m.
The last chat — which was also the first-ever volleyball chat — was incredibly successful. Hopefully many of you who took part in that one will join me again tomorrow (but not before spreading the word to some of your friends). The chats are pretty candid, and there isn’t much that is out of bounds. All I ask, of course, is that you keep it clean. If you weren’t able to catch the last chat, view it in its entirety here.
As a quick synopsis of the last chat, which was held right after the Section 1 tournament seeds came out, we discussed matters which included, but were not limited to: the Horace Greeley boys, the Class C bracket, club volleyball and finally some college talk. Here’s the complete recap.
For newcomers, participating in the chat is ridiculously easy; simply come to blog and start chatting. If you haven’t done one before (say, in another sport), I would try to get to the blog around 7:20 p.m. just incase you have any issues, which should really be none.
Simply type in your inquiry (yes, you can do so anonymously) and wait for me to answer while seeing what some others are asking. Like I said, the last chat was very successful. In the poll I posted in the chat, 88 percent of people said they “loved it” and wanted another.
This will obviously be the last one of the volleyball season, but if we can get another big night, it will be easier to sell my editor on more chats next year, possibly bi-weekly. Comment any questions you may have on how to participate, but as stated above, all you need to do is show up. So if you’re reading this post, you’ve already got the hang of it.
See you tomorrow at 7:30 p.m.!