I was the only first base they had so i had to or we had to forfeit. In the second game I was the only base hit and i still got hits in the other games. Jackie Still tried his hardest in everything he did even though it was hard. We came in second over all that day. When i could i still went and watched their games and
Becoming an NHS member recognizes my scholastic achievements but, just as important, it gives me the opportunity to continue expanding my leadership skills, strengthening my character for future challenges; all while simultaneously being of service to my community and my school. I am committed to working hard using my skills and talents to make a positive change in the world. Membership in the National Honor Society gives me the unique opportunity to interact with other like-minded students who will develop into the future leaders of society. When I first became aware
My Michigan Hero “Never let the fear of striking out keep you from playing the game.” - Babe Ruth Lauren Connell is a softball player for the Michigan softball team. She is enrolled in the college of literature, science, and the arts at the University of Michigan. Lauren Connell works hard to keep her grades up in school she was also bullpen catcher she graduated from west lafayette high school in (2012) she also registered first collegiate putout behind the plate at Ohio State (March 22) . I’ve never met her. I’ve only seen her play one time.
She has been playing since she was little. Every other weekend I would ask her what she was doing, but the only response I got was softball practice or a tournament. I love her determination and loyalty to the sport that she has been playing since she was a little girl. Kiyomi and I have been great friends since the first day she came in the 5th grade. I love her amazing personality and sense of humor.
I 'm sure that college fantasy will change and morph into something else as I change and morph with passing time. Likewise, my life goals will most likely change, however the underlying theme seems to remain the same. I want to be able to say that I went through and finished college, went traveling in my studies while I am still young, and made meaningful connections to people that I love. Most of all, I want to make a difference I can be proud of, and remain happy throughout my long adventure of life where ever it takes me. Now that you have a bit more insight to some of the decisions and experiences in my life, maybe you can understand why you would get so many different answers when asked who I am.
I eventually pulled it up and I had had enough of those for a while. Moving on from the summer catastrophe I am now attending Hammond School in 6th grade. I played basketball her at Hammond and we won the Regionals. I am now playing softball and are first game is Monday, February 29, 2016. Moving to different schools and going to D.C. Made me learn how to adapt to to new places and
I am considered a role model to the younger girls. On our team we have nicknames for everybody; mine is Superbeast. Our coach gave a younger catcher the nickname of Mini Superbeast because she strives so hard to be like me. When I discovered this, I was genuinely surprised because I was not aware of the impact I have on other players in my league.
Ashleigh Forehand was born in Athens, Georgia in 1998, but she moved too Roanoke, Virginia at a young age and spent most of her childhood there. Ashleigh has a 20 year old brother and a ten year old sister. Growing up, she moved around a lot in Virginia and a few years ago, her family settled in Tallahassee. In her family’s house, you can find her parents, siblings, and her pets. Ashleigh loves animals and cares for three cats and a dog at home.
Hi, I am Vendela Eskind and I am applying for college. I feel that college is really what will get my future going. I am kind, courage’s, determined, and outgoing. My philosophy is that I can always work harder and there is no limit to my success or failure. I am one to always find and or see the best in people and in my future.
My mom loved softball,she had to switch schools because her school didn 't have softball,she went to parkway and switched to vantage.When my mom was high school ball she was always the pitcher and a girl went to slide into home plate my mom had the ball in her glove and the girl slide right into her hand,and my moms had swelled up but my mom still pitched.Let 's say by the end of the night her hand was the size of the softball.A few years later about her Junior year my mom met my dad Terry Leugers. Then about a year later her and my dad met my mom got pregnant and she had to drop out of high school, That 's when she moved in with my dad and started a family.Nine excruciating months later my had a healthy baby girl.Stephanie Ann Leugers was born on February 9th 1999.Three Years later my mom got pregnant again and had another healthy baby girl.Her name Is Chloe Lynn Leugers and was born on July 1st 2002.Yes my mom never got her GED but she still is my hero. “Sometimes you are a hero even if your mask is gone.”(Anne Jung)Rena Zielman is my hero because she is a shoulder to cry on and she will help you through the roughest times.She had to overcame a poor childhood and dropped out of high school.Yet she started family at a young age,but she kept moving forward. I’m thankful that my mom is in life ,she is my number one supporter and I couldn 't ask for better hero,no a
When I was young, money was not a big deal when I asked for something. If I wanted it, I begged my mom to get it for me. I never understood why I was unable to get the new toy that just came out, or the new shoes that every girl was about to have on Monday morning when I walked through the doors of Gretna Middle School. The summer before I started middle school, I decided to join a volleyball team. Needless to say, I fell in love with the game and continually tried to better my performance.
I 'm Joanna but most people call me Jo; the "anna" got dropped when I realized I wouldn 't stay in the comfort zone any longer! I was born in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil and moved to the USA at five years old, where I adopted the "Coming to America" story. My single independent mother worked her butt off to give all three of her kids the opportunity to do and be whatever they wanted. That meant several weekends cleaning houses, painting with her, and overall just working to build character. Two decades later and I can absolutely confirm that I 'm doing exactly what I 've always dreamed of, so I thank her for the sacrifices every day.
I was ecstatic about the whole experience, my mom would take me to the green belt by our house and practice throwing and catching with me and take me to batting cages with my sister and my grandfather. Later she enrolled me in a recreational league called Chandler Girls softball where I played on a team with my current best friend Laney. I loved the game, not only the actual game but the relationships and teamwork that has made me a better person. Since then I have played on multiple Chandler Girls Softball teams, my middle school team, and last year I was blessed enough to have gained a spot with my high school varsity team. Till this day I still play with my best friend and participate with after game rituals of dinner.
Another year of unforgettable memories with teammates. Little did we know, that year of memories would include winning our towns first State Championship title. For the first time in history, us girls would be taking home not only a trophy taller than our auditorium trophy case, but state rings as well On June 7th of 2008, my team and I gathered onto the school bus to make our way to the Akron Racers Softball Stadium. Our hearts
It was a showdown, us against Minnetonka. Our team scarlet colored jerseys, and they wore their royal colored jerseys. I was pitching the championship game and I got plenty of run support early as we took a six to nothing lead. I pitched five shutout innings and gave the ball to Brandon Gill to get the last six outs. We lost our mojo a little bit when they scored four runs heading into the last inning.