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Wittenberg-Birnamwood High School female athlete: Megan School

May 10, 2013
 
Megan School
Megan School
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Megan School

Parents:

Russell and Angela School

Athletic achievements:

Freshman letters, honors: Cross country (first-team all-conference), basketball, track and field.

Sophomore letters, honors: Cross country (first-team all-conference, state qualifier), basketball (second-team all-conferen ce), track and field (conference champion, 100, 200, 400, long jump).

Junior letters, honors: Cross country (first-team all-conference), basketball (second-team all-conference), track and field (state qualifier, 400, 1,600 relay, long jump; third at state in long jump).

Senior letters, honors: Cross country (first-team all-conference), basketball (second-team all-conference), track and field.

Academic honors:

4.0 GPA, first in class, Highest Honors, National Honor Society, Academic Excellence Award, Academic All-conference all four years.

Volunteer work:

Church Volunteer (lawn work for elderly, bingo, soup kitchen), Youth basketball camp worker. Employed as a lifeguard at Aquatic Center.

College plans:

UW-Stevens Point, athletic training major.

Favorite sports memory:

My favorite memory was the WIAA state track and field meet at La Crosse. I will never forget standing on the podium in front of all those people to receive my medal for the long jump competition. Tied for my favorite memory is running out on the court with my team before our sectional semi final basketball game my junior year because the crowd went CRAZY!

Advice to an athlete:

The advice I would give to an aspiring athlete is that the key to success is motivation. If they are self driven and have a good work ethic, nothing will stand in their way. I would advise them to never settle for what they think is their best and to continuously motivate themselves. I also would advise them to give thanks to God for their accomplishments because He truely is the one who has blessed them.

Your inspiration:

My biggest inspiration throughout my sports career was my father. At a young age he instilled in me an outstanding work ethic. This has helped me become the athlete and person I am today. He has always taught me to make sports fun and, therefore, I enjoy participating in athletics immensely. He rarely misses an athletic competition and it always means the world to me to have him there cheering me on.

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

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It doesn't matter to me.(Your vote)
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