Q: Can you describe your favorite memory/moment in your sport?
A: “My favorite moment [is] last year in the semifinals against Spotswood [highschool], when I had the game winning bucket. It was crazy, hearing the crowd roaring and all my teammates running and jumping on me.”
Q: What is your biggest takeaway that you have learned playing basketball?
A: “Don’t take anything for granted because anything can happen.”
Q: Can you describe a challenge you overcame in your sport and how you moved on?
A: “My biggest challenge came my sophomore year. [It was] my first year on varsity [and] I wasn’t really in the weight room so everyone was physically stronger than me. Once I realized it, I started to lift a lot more.”
Q: How have you grown in the past years of playing?
A: “[I’ve] just been getting in the gym a lot more than usual.”
Q: How has your experience in your sport contributed to who you are now?
A: “It actually keeps me happy, being around my teammates and coaches at practice has to be the main reason.”
Q: How long have you been playing basketball for?
A: I started playing basketball in the second grade.
Q: Why did you choose to play basketball?
A: “It was just something I was interested in watching as a kid. I love the game of basketball.”
Q: If you remember, What is your highest dropped points in a game or an average?
A: “The most I ever scored was my freshman year at an AAU tournament. I [scored] thirty.”
Q: Do you see basketball as part of your future?
A: “Yes, I plan on playing for the rest of my life.”
Q: Do you play anywhere else other than HHS? If so, what teams?
A: “Yes, I play for an AAU team called ‘Lace ‘em Up’”