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Sport(s) Played: Softball, Volleyball, Color Guard & Winter Guard

Q1: Why did you choose the sport(s) that you play?
A couple of my friends were playing softball at the time, so I decided to give it a try. I ended up loving it and wanted to keep playing and bettering myself.

Q2: What is your favorite Madeira sports memory?
My favorite Madeira sports memory was winning against Deer Park my sophomore year with a score of 27-26 in 7 innings.

Q3: How do you get motivated to practice each and every day?
I want to give the parents and fans a show when we play! On a more serious note, I want to improve my skills to not only help the team but also myself.

Q4: What super power do you wish you had and how would you use it?
Teleportation, I would teleport myself to wherever I wanted in the world whenever I wanted.

Q5: Which athlete(s) would you like to have dinner with and what would you talk about?
I would have dinner with Shohei Ohtani and ask him how in the world he got so good at baseball.

Q6: What makes a great teammate?
Someone who pushes you and challenges you, but also encourages you whenever you get down on yourself.

Q7: What is on your pre-game playlist?
A lot of Pitbull and occasionally the Arthur theme song.

Q8: What is the funniest thing that you have seen or happened to you in a practice or game?
At a game against Mariemont, there was a pop fly in the infield, and I tackled Rosie Davis to get it. I ended up catching the ball and getting the out though so it was all good.

Q9: What is next after you graduate?
I want to attend college and potentially pursue a PT track, but I am unsure of my major for undergrad.

Q10: What advice would you give an 8th grade athlete as they move on to high school sports?
Don’t let fear get in the way of your athletic career. The coaches and upperclassmen may seem scary, but they are there to help you. If you put yourself out there, you can find which sports family you belong to!