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Mattanawcook Academy
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LINCOLN
School State
ME
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First Name
Allen
Last Name
Dorn
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Height
6'2"
Weight
210
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Why do you want to be recruited to play sports in college?
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Athletes are often leaders on and off the field. Please provide one example of how you have demonstrated leadership in both areas.

I got injured our preliminary game and we were tied with 30 seconds left and they had the ball, everyone was in doubt that we'd win, both teams were 8-1, the best in Eastern Maine. And even though I was crying in pain and hurting I still stood up and got everyone clapping and cheering on our team mates, I ensured the team a little bit that we can pull through and get the win because we're the lynx! At practice I always go 100% weather I'm on look team or starting, there is a kid named Brandon and he has ass burgers and severe ADHD and he loves to make everyone mad, he's the most unique kid I've ever met, and no one wants to be around him because he's a class clown typical kid who will do whatever you want him to do, so basically since football started until a year and a half later I've pretty much kept him in like throughout 2 other sports and school he sits with me every morning because he knows I won't get him in trouble, and now I'm getting him ready for football, his plans are too try and become the quarter back, or simply get more playing time!

Please explain how you pursue "healthy athletic performance" as a student-athlete.

I just eat like a normal kid and work out in my spare time, I try to minimize the soda and chips but every so often I just nibble on them here and there. When I'm bored I'll usually just do push ups since there good for the chest and triceps and at night I'll do my workout where I do inclined bench press, then squats, calf raises, leg lifters and that pretty much it I don't believe supplements or steroids I think a person can do it all naturally.

Please describe how you are involved in service in your community and why these efforts are important to you.

I am a local life guard in the community and teach swimming lesson to the 4 and 5 year olds, I also do odds and end jobs for typically the older people in town and it's important because it teaches you the meaning of life, i feel so happy after putting a smile on some one else's face, or helping them achieve something when they can't do it by them selves. That is why it's important to me.

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