Loyer leaves high school sports behind, looks forward to Kettering

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Loyer leaves high school sports behind, looks forward to Kettering

Senior Logan Loyer will attend Kettering University after leaving KHS.

Senior Logan Loyer will attend Kettering University after leaving KHS.

IMAGE / Makenzie Boillat

Senior Logan Loyer will attend Kettering University after leaving KHS.

IMAGE / Makenzie Boillat

IMAGE / Makenzie Boillat

Senior Logan Loyer will attend Kettering University after leaving KHS.

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Golf practice, soccer games, helping his mom at church, and spending time with friends are some of the activities that make up senior Logan Loyer’s life.

Through this busy life he lives, he dedicates most of his time to golf and soccer.

Loyer has been passionate about golf since a young age.

He started golf when he was 1  years old,  although he has been golfing on the varsity team for three years now.

Loyer started golf in inspiration of his dad,  Mr. Andrew Loyer.

“My dad influenced me to play golf since he golfs a lot and he’s pretty good,” Loyer said.

For Loyer, golfing pushes him to do better in both school and the sport in general.

He plans to continue the sport after graduation for leisure.

Aside from golf, Loyer is also a star soccer player.

Loyer’s love for soccer all began 13 years ago when he started playing with the American Youth Soccer Organization.

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Senior Logan Loyer ends his soccer experience at KHS.

His sophomore year, he became part of the varsity soccer team.

In soccer, Loyer has been the goal keeper, but he decided to play midfield his senior year because they usually run the most and he enjoys running. On a side note, Loyer also enjoys playing midfield because they have a greater opportunity of scoring points.

“Soccer is a great team building sport that’s a lot of fun, as long as you try,” Loyer said.

During Loyer’s free time, he does soccer workouts to help improve his skills out on the field.

Now that Loyer’s senior year has wrapped up, his time as being part of the Kearsley varsity soccer team has ended.

But that doesn’t mean he has to stop playing soccer.

“I plan to keep playing after high school,” Loyer said. “Although I don’t know if I’m going to play competitively or just for fun.”

Loyer’s best friend, senior Stephen White, has made an impact on Loyer’s life and has brought out the best in him.

“Stephen has always been a little better than me at both golf and soccer,” Loyer said. “But that gave me the motivation to work harder and get better, so I can surpass him.”

With almost everything Loyer does, he is competitive, which plays a big role in his sports.

“He is pretty competitive and he often blames himself for stupid mistakes,” White said.

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Senior Logan Loyer looks forward to his future.

Loyer and White have been best friends since the second grade.

White said Loyer has always been a good friend, and whenever they’re together, they have smiles on their faces.

“We can talk and laugh, say whatever to each other, and it’s just always a good time,” White said. “He’s always been there for me if I need help. He’s a great friend, and I know I can count on him.”

Loyer has big plans after graduation. He will attend Kettering University full-time this summer, and he wants to become a mechanical engineer.

“I’m excited to get out of here, but I know I’m going to miss it,” Loyer said. “I’m excited to see what the future will bring.”

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