Coach Info
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High School Steve Locy
Cross Country
Best Time Course Name Location Exact Distance Description
5,000m Time 22:06.00 District Madison, OH 5K -
Cross Country Honors

District Qualifier in 2016 and 2017
Regional Qualifier 2016

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High School
Jefferson Area Junior-Senior High School
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Lisa Paul
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Dental, Medical And Veterinary Residency Programs
Veterinary Practice
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Personal Highlights

I am very active in my school and community. I was elected Secretary for the Sophomore Class (student council), am a member of Model United Nations, a member of the National Junior Honor Society, and received my Academic Letter this year for my 4.0. I received my 2nd Varsity Letter in Cross Country this fall and represented my team for the 2nd year in a row at the District meet. I also have a Varsity Letter in Swimming, Track, and Cheerleading. I’m a 2nd year high school marching band member and play the clarinet. I also play the bass clarinet in the high school Symphonic Band and have played the piano in the Jazz Band. When not at school I am a member of two 4H clubs, Runnin’ Free for horses where I serve as President and Beef-A-Teers for beef steers where I serve as Treasurer. I also am a member of the Dusty Boots Riding Club, National Snaffle Bit Association, and the American Quarter Horse Youth Organization.

Additional Questions:
Why do you want to be recruited to play sports in college?

Because I LOVE to run. And I love competing. I can’t imagine that my running career would end when high school ends.

Athletes are often leaders on and off the field. Please provide one example of how you have demonstrated leadership in both areas.

I have been the President of my 4H club for the last three years and that has given me countless leadership opportunities. I have helped organize horse shows, volunteer opportunities, and plan the club activities for our county fair. I feel that I am a leader on the field too. Although Cross Country can be an individual sport I believe you are always stronger when your team is stronger. I work hard to encourage my teammates.

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

I feel that when you want to be a healthy athlete you should not just be in shape during the season but all year round. Even in the off season I run at least 4 days a week and this has helped me to stay in shape and prevent injuries. I also try to eat a healthy diet and always stay well hydrated.

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

As a member of the Runnin’ Free and Beef-A-Teers 4H clubs I am fortunate to have the opportunity to give back to my community. These organizations have given me the opportunity to adopt families at the holidays, take cards to the elderly at the local nursing homes, and spend countless hours painting, cleaning, and doing minor fixes that help to make our fairgrounds beautiful and stay in good shape. 4H has also given me the opportunity to give back by helping younger members to excel in their projects. When I first started 4H I always looked up to the older kids and loved when they would help me and am so honored to be doing that for others now.

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