Freshmen want to win, improve athletically

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Over the past few years, Kearsley sports have been able to develop a winning culture, with state championships in bowling and improved records in other sports.

This year’s freshmen are likely to be the next wave of talent for Kearsley sports, as the seniors graduate and the juniors inch closer to their final year of sports.

Five freshmen share their thoughts on the future of Kearsley’s sports.

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Freshman Jillian Locke

Jillian Locke

Do you participate in any sports?

“I’m in three sports,” Locke said. “Volleyball, bowling, and tennis.”

How important is it for you to improve your game?

“It’s pertinent. If you’re not improving your game, what are you doing?” Locke said.

Do you feel you can contribute to future success?

“Absolutely,” Locke said. “If I practice hard and listen to my coaches, I’ll achieve my goals.”

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Freshman Ethan Livingston

Ethan Livingston

Do you participate in any sports?

“Yes,” Livingston said, “I do baseball, football, and basketball.”

How important is it for you to improve your game?

“It’s one of my top priorities,” Livingston said. “I plan on going to college and pursuing baseball.”

Do you feel you can contribute to future success?

“I will bring positivity and energy,” Livingston said.

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Freshman Nathan Redumski

Nathan Redumski

Do you participate in any sports?

“I do baseball,” Redumski said. “I play shortstop, outfield, second base, and pitcher.”

How important is it for you to improve your game?

“Very important because I always want to get better,” Redumski said. “I want to improve.”

Do you feel you can contribute to future success?

“Yeah, definitely,” Redumski said, “I feel like if I train and improve, I can help the team.”

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Freshman Ciara Scott

Ciara Scott

Do you participate in any sports?

“I do swim,” Scott said. “I do the 50-yard freestyle, the 100-yard freestyle, and the 100-freestyle relay.”

How important is it for you to improve your game?

“It’s very important to me because it is the only way you can move up to be captain or be in varsity,” Scott said.

Do you feel you can contribute to future success?

“I sure hope so,” Scott said. “I want to win.”

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Freshman Gabe Jacobs

Gabe Jacobs

Do you participate in any sports?

“I participate in football,” Jacobs said. He plays on the offensive and defensive lines.

How important is it for you to improve your game?

“It’s huge,” Jacobs said. “The more you improve, the better you’ll play.”

Do you feel you can contribute to future success?

“Yes,” Jacobs said. “I usually get my blocks.”

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