POSITION: Outside Hitter
COACH: Pat Ryan
ACCOMPLISHMENTS: Helped Glastonbury to a 19-2 record and the Class L championship match, where the Tomahawks lost to Staples-Westport, 3-1 (24-26, 25-17, 25-13, 25-23). ... Cyr had 18 kills and 18 digs in the match for the Tomahawks. ... Had 232 kills, 231 digs and 19 aces this season and 600 kills over the last three years.
CYR SAID: "I was happy with how the year went. We played good through the whole season but we got better as the year went on. I improved on my defense and probably my serving."
RYAN SAID: "Matt was such a complete player. He was able to control the game in every skill, whether it was hitting, blocking, defense, serving ... he could turn it on and be the best player on the court at any of those at any time."
UP NEXT: Cyr is going to University of Rhode Island to study engineering and plans to play club volleyball.
IN 10 YEARS: "Hopefully working for an engineering firm, keeping up with volleyball, playing in leagues."
MISCELLANEOUS: Height: 6 feet. ... Also plays basketball recreationally and ultimate Frisbee. ... Played soccer and baseball when he was younger. ... Works with his father, who is a land surveyor. ... Has one younger sister Charlotte, 11, who plays soccer. ... Started playing volleyball on the beach in a tournament with his dad when he was in seventh grade. ... Pets: one dog (a pug-chihuahua named Romeo), and a Maine coon cat.
Text by LORI RILEY
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