|Club||Alex Wentz||Pride Soccer Club||Canal Winchester||-|
|High School||Matt Pentuik|
To whom it may concern,
I am not a selfish player, if anything, I need to take more shots than give up the ball to my teammates. I can play all positions that I am asked to play. I was asked to play goalie my freshman year for one half do to an injury. Not the greatest idea the coaches had that day.
200 meters - .24:47
400 meters - .52:10
800 meters - 1.59:36
I also run the 4x400 and the 4x800 meter.
I have qualified for the indoor state track meet for Ohio the last three seasons in either the 4x400, 4x800 and the open 800.
I am able to play all positions on the field. During high school soccer I played CAM, Forward, Striker and Defender.
During club soccer, I am asked to play 30 minutes on offense and 30 minutes on defense.
I have worked my entire life to play at the next level. It would also help my parents to pay for my schooling.
I have been considered a leader on the field for the way I speak to my teammates during soccer matches and was named team captain my senior year for soccer. I also lead by my work ethic during practice and how hard I work for track in the off season. I am considered a leader off the field by the way I help those that have multiple disabilities. I work with them with their academics and I also like to interact with them outside of school. I have taken individuals with developmental disabilities to our county fair in the past.
I follow a set schedule for academics, workouts and I track what I put into my body to make sure I am taking in the proper amount of carbs, calories and water.
I have been volunteering with the individuals with developmental disabilities. I have aided my father with moving furniture for these individuals as they move into assistive living. I have also helped with the Christmas programs for individuals with developmental disabilities.
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