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Written by: Shane Lux on Friday, July 31st, 2020
Harbor Creek High School
Class of 2021
Head Coach: Troy Budziszewski
Position: WR/DB/Special Teams/Athlete
Height: 6′ 5″
Offers: Slippery Rock, Lake Erie College
Honors/AP Classes: (Honor Roll or Merit Honor Roll)
2017-2018: Advanced Alg., Honors Bio., Honors Eng., Honors Spanish 1, Honors World History
2018-2019: Honors Alg. 2, Honors Chem. 1, Honors Eng., Spanish II, Honors Geometry, Honors Theology, Honors World History 2
2019-2020: Honors Chem 2, Honors Dystopian Lit., Honors Eng., Honors Trig. /Pre-Calc
2020-2021: Set to take Honors Physics, Honors Eng., Honors Social Studies Class, and Honors Calculus
All-Region 6: 1st Team Defensive Back. 2nd Team All-Purpose Back.
Additional Sports: Track, Gymnastics, Ice Hockey, Baseball, Basketball
Extracurricular Activities: Volunteer at church. Support military non-profit by fundraising and volunteering. Work on cars, especially my Jeep, and other equipment. Camping, Riding 4-wheelers, Water skiing, and Video Games. Hanging out with family, my dog (Tyco), and friends.
Thank you for taking the time to read my personal statement. I will be a 2021 high school graduate. I am determined to earn at least a bachelor’s degree at a college, university, or military academy and to continue my football career. First, I am a student who has the determination and motivation to be scholastically outstanding. I take pride and sincerely care about my education, my leadership roles, my service to my community, and my character. I work hard toward my college career by taking my education and my grades seriously. I ask questions, participate, and try to go above and beyond by going in early and staying late if needed. Second, I am a serious athlete. I train all year round by strength training, core training, agility training, and speed training. I have been recognized as a leader by my coaches and by my peers. Third, I serve in my church and in community organizations that I passionately support. I always try to be of service to those in need at school, on the field, or in the community. I also hold myself and those around me to a high standard of character and excellence inside and outside of the classroom. Once again, I sincerely thank you for showing interest and reading my personal statement.
What made you choose football?
Football is an action-packed sport that forms a brotherhood like no other sport I have played.
What’s your favorite football memory?
Winning the 2019 state football championship my sophomore year.
What activities do you enjoy outside of playing football?
Working out, Camping, working on Jeeps, riding four-wheelers, playing video games.
What non-football accomplishment are you most proud of?
Raising thousands of dollars for a military non-profit.
Who is your favorite athlete and why?
James Conner, because he is from Erie and didn’t let cancer stop him from his dream.
What has been the most difficult part of training during the pandemic and how did you overcome it?
Finding a bar and plates seemed impossible, but thanks to a local gym, we could borrow some in the middle of quarantine.
Do you prefer offense or defense?
Who is your biggest role model?
Bo Bauer (Notre Dame)
What are your parents most likely to yell from the stands?
What are your team and personal goals for the season?
Win our Region and move on.
If you could have dinner with three people, living or dead, who would you choose?
Amelia Earhart, Albert Einstein, and 2 Pac
What hobby do you have that might surprise people?
What’s your favorite sport, other than football, to play or watch?
What is one thing you hope other players can learn from you?
How to respect their teammates, even if they aren’t as good as other people.
What is your expectation of Harbor Creek football this season?
9-0 for the Region.
What is your favorite TV show?
Big Bang Theory
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