|Club||Tim Barr||Idaho Flash 14U||Meridian||Id|
|High School||Tracy Cleaver|
|Primary Position||Second Base|
|Secondary Positions||LF, C|
|Stance||Throwing arm||Vertical jump||Bench Press (max)|
This year as a freshman at Nyssa high school, I have made the Varsity HS team and I am a starter #5. Find my STATS on OSAA 3A volleyball website. I also have been invited to attend Utah States Fall Elite camp on 9/11/16. I am very excited about my first year in high school and about my goals in softball. It is my passion and my love:)
First of all, I love the game of softball and it would be the greatest achievement to play as collegiate player. To be able to master a sport and play at a high level is one of my goals. Being recruited to play would be a great asset to my mother who works so hard for me to play at the level I am playing, and receiving a scholarship would be a great blessing to both myself and my family.
My siblings have taught me to be not only a leader but someone who inspires others to do better and always give it their all. This year being a freshman on the varsity volleyball team has made me realize that I can still be someone to give others a boost or word of encouragement on the team during games. I have given my teammates ideas on cheers and high fives after a kill or ace serve, so it makes me feel great to see them take advice from a little freshman. As a student in the hall and classrooms, I have love taking the initiative in helping others or just taking the time to makes projects better. It makes it a lot easier when you have grown up with your peers all your life, and they know what qualities you hold and your standards both on and off the field.
All of my sisters are athletic and having healthy eating habits have just always been a part of our daily lives. Not only do I have 2 classes during my school day that are physical (Life Time Weights/Health/PE), I also have volleyball practice for my varsity high school team, then after that I go to practice with my softball travel team. My daily schedule is packed but I have taught myself to eat right and keep my energy and performance high so that I can crunch it all in.
Not many know that I was Miss Oregon in 2008, and I did over 100 hours of community service. I love to help others and give my time to those who are in need of a helping hand. My mother has always taught me to give back to all who support you, especially when it comes to your local community. I currently have over 30 hrs of community service at the middle school as of August, and I plan on giving more throughout my life. I truly believe that giving back to others will only make you a better person.
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