|Best Time||Course Name||Location||Exact Distance||Description|
|5,000m Time||20:09.36||FtW Invitational||Fort Worth, Tx||5000m||mostly flat, 2 short steep hills|
|4,000 Time||12:23.40||TAPPS 3A State Meet||Elm Mott, Tx||3200||Dirt and grass, mostly flat with a long, gradual hill going up to finish.|
2015 Cross Country All State TAPPs 4A
|100 HRDL||100||110 HRDL||200||400 HRDL||400||800||1,500||1,600||3,000 STPL||3,000||3,200||5,000||10,000|
|Second Best Time||-||-||-||-||-||-||-||-||5:57.40||-||-||12:41.10||-||-|
2014 Track Team, ran 1 mile (placed 5), 2 mile (placed 2nd) and 4x400 relay at state track meet.
When I am not playing a sport, I try to be a visible example of what a runner, soccer player, or water polo player is and how a player should represent themselves and their sport. While participating in a particular sport, I try my best to lead by example. I keep a positive attitude, am respectful of my coaches and fellow teammates, and I encourage my team to do their best. When things go wrong, I try to keep myself and my team focused on the next goal (not the last one) and on working together. When I am at my club practices, I try to help and encourage the younger players whenever possible.
I am committed to my practices, workouts and eating nutritiously. The most important thing my routine has taught me is how to manage my time and balance my priorities.
I regularly volunteer to teach at kindergarten Sunday School as well as Vacation Bible School at my church. I have also spent time taking therapy dogs to visit residents at a nursing home, and volunteering to serve the homeless through Beautiful Feet Ministry in Fort Worth, Tx. I love to give back to my community, share my passions, and help others. In my Sophomore year at school I earned the Timothy Award for 100 hours of service during the school year.
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