Sport: Girls Lacrosse
Accomplishments: Honor roll all four years, OK White All-Conference 2017, State Championship for field hockey in 2017
Future plans: Playing Lacrosse at Tiffin University and going to college to become an Athletic and Strength and Conditioning trainer
What does missing out on your Senior lacrosse season mean to you?
“It honestly broke my heart not being able to play my senior year because I was looking forward to this season all year and having a senior night and being able to play on the first FHC-only girls lacrosse team. I still get to say I was captain and was part of the team even though we never played a game in the season, but it still sucks.”
What was your reaction when MHSAA announced the spring sports season was canceled?
“I was really upset and devastated a lot at first but soon accepted what was happening.”
What has lacrosse meant to you throughout your life?
“The sport of lacrosse has had such an impact on my life. I have made some of the closest friends while playing this game, and it’s a game I am still going to pursue in college.”
What are you going to miss most about playing for FHC?
“I’m definitely going to miss the team chemistry we had the past few years and being able to play in the stadium at FHC.”
What is your proudest accomplishment or highlight as a Ranger?
“Being a team leader on the field and helping out the underclassmen on my team.”
What would you say to underclassmen who still have time left playing for FHC?
“Make sure you take the time to acknowledge the moments you have at school. Don’t take anything for granted. College comes sooner than you think; especially this year, we seniors weren’t ready to say goodbye to FHC yet. I mean we didn’t even get the chance to say goodbye to everyone so make sure you enjoy what you have.”
Is there anything you want to say to the FHC community?
“Thank you for some of the best four years of my life and for giving me a family away from home. I am so sad to say I didn’t get to say goodbye to everyone, but I hope the future treats everyone well.”