I, Tyler J. Corstange, was born May 4th, 2004, at Bronson Hospital in Kalamazoo, Michigan. I’m 11 years old and I go to Gull Lake Middle School. I have two sisters Maddie and Grace, one brother Owen, and a dog named Buddy. My dad’s name is Jeff and my mom’s name is Laura. We love to play sports, argue with each other and we don’t like to wear shoes. I have had many important adventures in my life that includes sports, fishing and hobbies.
One of my favorite things to do is play sports with my friends, family, and the teams I play for. The club team I have played for, for four years is TKO. Recently TKO combined with River Oaks so now we call our club Midwest United. My little sister Grace play’s for Kingdom with my little cousin Taygan. She play’s U8 which is for 7 or 8 year olds. I play U13 which is for 12 or 13 year olds. My dad is the Gull Lake girls soccer coach. He has won three straight state titles in his three years in his four years of coaching. After this year it will be five years of coaching. …show more content…
About 3 or 4 years ago my two cousins and I went deep sea fishing with are dads. We went so far off the coast of Florida you couldn’t see land at all. When we got back ( I was the only one who caught a shark he was a small Hammerhead) from the fishing trip we went back to our condo. Since then I have never caught a shark. However about one year ago my grandma and grandpa bought a house on Gull Lake so that’s where I fish now. Whenever i’m over there I grab my fishing pole and start fishing. I have caught a lot of Sunfish in my days of fishing. They have a black dot on both sides that’s how I know when I have caught a
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Hello, I 'm Makinna Bentz, a senior at Washington County High School where I have gone to school since my last year in preschool. Before Washington, I lived in North Platte Nebraska where I was born and went to preschool for two years. I have a family of 5 with a younger brother whose a sophomore and sister whose in 3rd grade. We live outside of Washington on a farm where we raise cattle and horses. My dad is a Veterinarian and my mom is a technician at the clinic.
We helped organize the parking lots when the LPGA was in town. We visit the elementary schools in the area to be positive role models for the children. As a group of teenage boys, our team has an atmosphere that is very joking and fun; not leaving much room for serious talks if a teammate is going through a tough time. To make up for
My name is Cheyanne Chapin. I have lived in Forest City my whole life. My family consists of my parents, older sister, older brother, and myself. I’m a senior at Forest City High School, but I have also taken college classes at Waldorf and NIACC. My personality is very easy-going.
All my 8th grade classmates and I sit on the cafeteria floor at Daniel Wright Middle School, giggling and staring at the gigantic screen. A slideshow plays. Often mortifying pictures of our younger selves appear with our names. I recollect all the vivid memories from middle school and earlier, like when my 5th grade teacher accidentally threw a snowball at one of my classmates. My friends and I sit together, hollering when we see each other on the screen.
My Life Story Kylee Splinter This is the story of my life. I am going to tell you about my life, from the day I was born up to present time, 2065. I will talk about my husband, kids and grandkids. If you’re wondering how my life went… you’re going to have to keep reading to find out.
My eighth grade year, was like Toniʼs journey of self discovery from What We Left Behind by Robin Talley. I was quiet. I had a shell, and was used to being the person who you didnʼt know was in your class until third quarter. Like Toni I had one close friend (Grace was mine and Gretchen was Tʼs) and a few girls I was able to make conversation with if necessary. I had started to transition into a more open person at the end of seventh grade, courtesy of The Voice, but it was far from over.
10 miles. 20 minutes. That is the distance and time it takes to drive a car, at the speed limit, from my house to St. Vincent – St. Mary High School. More importantly, it is the time and distance my brother Griffin Spinner and I drive to school each day.
This essay is comparing and contrasting two brothers, Cody and Tyler. The two brothers were born in Jackson, Tennessee. Cody is the oldest and Tyler is the youngest. The brothers were separated at birth. Although these two brothers grew up separately, they grew up with the same type of family structure.
We were going to meet them in the Magic Kingdom park after we were done. All of us caught at least two decently sized large mouth bass. My 10-year-old cousin caught the biggest fish. It was about 17 pounds and was 18 inches. We left the docks that were in our resort to walk to the bus stop that would bring us to the first park.
I began playing soccer when I was eight, which isn’t a very long time, but throughout the six years I’ve been playing, soccer has changed my life. My weekends, as well as some of my weekdays, have been devoted to soccer. Soccer has taught me how to be humble, kind and how to make sure my emotions don’t overpower my
At a young age I found soccer to be the most thrilling sport of all that I had tried. I started at age five and played for two years before being convinced to try other sports to see if I really liked it. After two years of dance, football, baseball, and basketball, I ultimately returned to my love of soccer. Over my many years of playing I formed numerous friendships, including people on the opposing teams that we faced countless times throughout the years. One example is a kid from Winter Springs High School.
Due to my passion for soccer, I have served as a soccer camp coach for QuickSkills Soccer Camp, and am currently volunteer assistant coaching
I pulled back and had the fish hooked. I knew it had to be a big fish because it was hard to reel in. After about 25 or 30 minutes the fish was almost at the doc. Then I started to pull it out of the water and that’s when I realized it was a shark. The shark was about two feet long and weighed 45 pounds.