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Pacelli High School female athlete: Kasia Wojciehoski

May 14, 2013
 
Kasia Wojciehoski
Kasia Wojciehoski
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Kasia Wojciehoski

Parents:

Randal and Michele Wojciehoski

Athletic achievements:

Freshman letters, honors: Track and field (MVP), volleyball.

Sophomore letters, honors: Volleyball (MVP, second-team all-conference), track and field (MVP).

Junior letters, honors: Track and field, volleyball (MVP, first-team all-conference), basketball.

Senior letters, honors: Track and field, basketball (MIP), volleyball (first-team all-conference, MVP, honorablem mention all-area).

Academic honors:

Earned an academic letter and highest honors all four years of high school.

Volunteer work:

Volunteered at many nursing homes, helped with Special Olympics, children's centers, and church events.

College plans:

Going to Viterbo University in La Crosse. I will play volleyball there and plan to major in nursing.

Favorite sports memory:

My favorite memory was winning the regional volleyball game my junior year against Weyauwega. They were our biggest rivals that year, and it was a very intense game. My favorite part was the fan section. It was the biggest outcome we have ever had, and I still get chills thinking about it to this day.

Advice to an athlete:

My main advice to you is to never give up. You never know if you can do something unless you try. I never believed that I would be able to play college volleyball, but I worked very hard at it and set high goals for myself. Also a big part of playing sports in high school, is never forgetting to have fun. A quote that I lived by in high school was, "You can't put a limit on anything. The more you dream, the farther you will get." This is exactly what I did, and I think you can do as well.

Your inspiration:

When I was a freshman and sophomore, I always looked up to the seniors, especially in volleyball. They were amazing players and taught me most of what I know in this sport. They made me be the senior that I am today, because I wanted to be someone the underclassmen could look up to and go to for advice. During every game, I played for my team just as much, if not more, as myself. I never wanted to let them down and would do absolutely anything for them. Two other people that I always wanted to impress in high school were my parents. They made me the person that I am today, and I really want to thank them for always being there and helping me develop into the athlete that I am.

What's your take on the Packers Family Night change?

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Watching practice is fine.(Your vote)
15%
576 votes
I'd rather watch a scrimmage.(Your vote)
23%
856 votes
I don't want to pay to watch practice.(Your vote)
27%
1017 votes
It doesn't matter to me.(Your vote)
34%
1271 votes

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