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Evan Pagel, Almond-Bancroft High School

May 4, 2014
 
Evan Pagel
Evan Pagel
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EVAN PAGEL

EVAN PAGEL

Parents: Jon and Mary Pagel

High School: Almond-Bancroft

Freshman letters, honors: Track and field (letter)

Sophomore letters, honors: Football (letter), basketball (letter), track and field (letter)

Junior letters, honors: Football (second-team all-conference, letter), basketball (second-team all-conference, letter), track and field (letter)

Other Sports/Accolades: Basketball team’s “Most Improved Player Award,” set school record in 3,200 relay.

Senior letters, honors: Football (second-team all-conference, letter, captain), track and field (letter)

Other Sports/Accolades: Set school records for: Touchdown passes in a season (previously held by my coach Andrew Bradley), extra points converted in a game, extra points converted in a season, and most 3-pointers in a game.

Academic honors: Honor student on A/B honor roll. Member of the National Honor Society, Quiz Bowl team and Academic Decathlon team.

Volunteer work: Almond-Bancroft Student Council and the Almond Lions Club.

Favorite sports memory: In my senior year of basketball, I broke the school record with eight 3-pointers in a single game. The record was previously held by my brother, Jon Ross, who had seven in a game his junior year.

Advice to an athlete: Take advantage of every moment you have to get better in a sport. When you graduate, you will look back and think about every time you could have improved yourself. Never be satisfied.

Inspiration: My brother, Jon Ross. My brother broke many school records and received high honors for his academic and athletic achievements. I look up to him for excelling as a student and an athlete. My goal is to leave Almond-Bancroft with as much respect as he gained for himself.

College plans: UW-La Crosse for human biology

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