When I was heading into high school I was facing a whole new experience. I was just coming back from an ACL tear my freshmen year and I had an older brother many players at the school looked up to as a leader and great player. My expectation from everyone around me was to exceed what he had accomplished and lead the team. We started off rough with 1 win and 7 loses. This is where I learned I wasn't meant to be selfish and lead the team alone I was meant to be the person who helped bring the team together as one and reach a bigger goal. We ended the season with 10 wins and 12 loses and went to the 2nd round of the 1A state playoffs in North Carolina. Since then I have learned what leadership, responsibility, and commitment as a player to a team. This will help me improve as a player by achieving goals I've made for myself to be a better person and player, which will be able to set me up to compete at the collegiate level in the future.