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High School Zach Meler

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Odessa High School
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Amanda Twombly
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Division III
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Special Education and Teaching, General
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Algebra and Number Theory
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Personal Highlights

I was able to go to state this year for tennis. It was a great honor for my school. I played singles and there was a doubles team that went too. This was the first time in my schools tennis history that anyone had went to state. It was a great experience and I enjoyed every minute being able to play hard individuals that made me push harder during the match. Also I am a pole vaulter and went to state my sophomore year. If we could have had a season last year I would have loved to go back and achieve more goals for myself but this year I am determined to work even harder to go to state for the last time of my high school career.

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

I would like to be recruited in sports in college because I really love playing tennis. I will be honest I never played as a kid but I tried it my freshman year and ended up loving the sport! I have been on Varsity since my freshman year and went to state my senior year which was the first time someone had went to state in my school before. I enjoy a challenge and tennis sure gives me one! If I were to be recruited I promise I will always give my all and work my hardest!

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

On the field I try to be a role model for the kids younger than me. I treat players with the utmost respect throughout the whole game. It can be hard when they are rude or you are losing but I try to remind myself to be the bigger person and just be kind no matter what the situation is. Off the field I try to still be a leader by being responsible and caring. First, I try doing these two things by making sure I am always nice and have a smile on my face. Second, I try my best in all my classes and make sure to get my homework done in a timely fashion.

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

I pursue a healthy athletic performance by eating healthy and staying in shape. Staying fit is important to me. I have loved sports since I was a kid and one way to be good at sports is to be in shape. This can be done by working out, eating healthy, and even just getting enough sleep at night. All these things help keep you in a healthy athletic performance.

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

I am lucky to be involved with my community a lot! I am in National Honors Society in my school giving me the opportunity to volunteer for community service. I also am involved in my church which does a ton of community services. For example, we have an event called, "I LOVE ODESSA" this is when we help others do tasks they need help with. This could be as simple as raking leaves, painting a room in their house, or even building a deck. The last way I am involved in my community is Special Olympics. This is my favorite event every year because I love helping the kids and making them feel special. I have family members with disabilities and always love trying to make their days!

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