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I have been playing competitive video gaming since 6th grade. In 9th grade, I joined the Ludlowe Falcons Overwatch team. I'm constantly trying to develop and hon my skills to become a better player. I've always wanted to take the next step from amateur to pro. As a team, we were undefeated in the state the last two seasons. We won first place at EGF Spring 2019 and Fall 2019 tournaments. We earned a $1,000 to the University of Connecticut School of Engineering each time. We also earned a spot to compete with high schools nationwide in June 2020 at ESPN/Disney Wide World of Sports in Orlando, Florida.
I've been in the boy scouts since fifth grade and am currently a Patrol Leader. In the role of patrol leader, I attend meetings on a regular basis to plan and organize upcoming events and camping trips for my patrol including meal management. Being a part of a competitive esports team has allowed me to demonstrate leadership skills by learning how to work as part of a team, adapt to ever changing environments, and making the best decisions in the spur of the moment. As a member of a competitive high school esports team during the past 2 1/2 years, I've learned the importance of being the type of team member who is always willing to jump in and take the lead whenever necessary. Overwatch is exciting, fast paced and challenging. My teammates and I not only play competitively, we also practice together often to hon our skills and for the social aspect.
I make sure to get all my homework done before I start playing Overwatch and I go to bed early because I have to be up at 6am. I'm involved with boy scouts and do a lot camping and hiking for physical activity. I also have my own lawn business and have been doing lawn maintenance for the past 3 years. I have 4 steady customers including my boy scout troop leader. I realize that I need to work on getting my grades up and have started to be more pro-active with my teachers when I need extra help at school.
As part of the Boy Scouts of America, I believe it is my duty to contribute service to my community. I put in volunteer service hours on a regular basis such as when I placed flags on Veterans graves for Memorial Day, clearing campsites and selling trees at Christmas, to name a few. I am also a member of Bugles Across America, an organization that sounds Taps at Veterans funerals. I have been playing the trumpet since fifth grade and feel strongly about providing this service to veterans that served our country. I also worked 30 hours summer as a Patient Escort volunteer at Bridgeport Hospital. My grandparents volunteered at the hospital for years and they are an inspiration to me.
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