|Club||Candice Reichart||RAM Field Hockey Club||Gettysburg||PA|
|High School||Janelle Ebaugh|
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Honorable Mention - Gettysburg Times
Camps - Biglerville High School Field Hockey Camp, Messiah College Field Hockey Camp, Bloomsburg University Field Hockey camp where I received my Futures letter when I was 13.
I show leadership on and off the field by respecting everyone and everything that they do. On the field, my team mates get upset when we loose an important game that we need. During my indoor tournament my club team went into a double overtime with a loss of 2-1 (penalty shots). I saw that my teammates were very upset so I told them to hold their heads high and to not let anything get in their way. They did amazing at that tournament and that they still have another tournament to kick some butt. Off the field, I show respect to my fellow peers, as well as adults. In school, I've noticed a bunch of kids picking on one of my friends because of what his decision was. I stood up for him and told them to knock it off. I also go around and lift every one's spirit up when they are feeling down. I help lead them on the right path towards their future.
As a Gettysburg Area High School student athlete, I am expected to train during the off season. I eat right and go to the gym and take classes that will help me to improve on my muscle strength. I am on futures field hockey in Lancaster, PA and they help me to improve on some areas that have weaknesses that other players can see. During the summer my field hockey coach makes us a schedule for us to follow for pre-season. There would be one night where we would have stick work and then we run the battlefield two days a week until the start of pre-season.
I am recently involved with my local high school JROTC program. In JROTC we do various events in helping our community and giving back to them. A couple of events I have participated in were a Gettysburg High School cross country meet. There were hundreds of participants for the meet so the school needed some responsible students to help set up some of the stations and get everything in place. Once our job was done, we fill up cups for the runners and then we clean up once everyone is gone. I participated in cleaning up our historic battlefield. We were getting ready for tourist who were coming in to see the speech of the Abraham Lincoln. One foundation I was proud to participate in was the Sergeant Macky foundation (or known in class as the "wreath project") There the cadets along with other veterans and helpers assembled bows to wreaths to be put on the graves and our the Evergreen Cemetery in Gettysburg and the Arlington National Cemetery.
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