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Athlete of the week

Athlete of the week

Cameron Fasick was asked several question about his time being an athlete at the junior high. Cameron is an outgoing student who is always on top of his school work.

Q: What sports do you play?

A: “ I play football and I run track,” Fasick said.

 

Q: Where do you see yourself in 10 years with your sports?

A: “ Hopefully I will be playing college football somewhere,” Fasick said.

 

Q: What got you interested in your sports that you are currently are playing?

A:  “ My dad is very into sports so naturally I took interest,” Fasick said.

 

Q: Do you plan on playing these sports in the high school?

A: “ I plan on playing football but not running track,” Fasick said.

 

Q: Who do you look up to and why?

A: “ I look up to my grandfather because he was a great athlete,” Fasick said.

 

Q: What was the best advice you were given?
A: “ I was told to work hard and see what happens,” Fasick said.


Q: What is your favorite memory from being an athlete?
A: “ During the ninth grade football team, we went to Woodland Hills and beating them by three touchdowns. I made one of those touchdowns,” Fasick said.

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