Hockey in my youth years was difficult for me. My team always struggled. It was hard to stay positive when playing with a group of girls who didn't have the same passion and dedication for the sport as I did. My last year of youth hockey (15U), I had a difficult time with a coach who was tough on me. In retrospect, I realized that he was trying to get the very best out of me, and I now appreciate that. Through this, I have learned to accept and respect different styles of coaching. Therefore, that was a year of tremendous growth for me. I persevered and realized that I wanted hockey to be a part of my high school and college future. This past season, I played in every single varsity game and was a starter for every game.
I currently take all Honors and AP classes. I am also a member of the National Honor Society. I plan to continue to do well in school, and challenge myself with taking difficult classes. I will act in a manner that emulates honor, respect, and leadership on and off the ice, knowing that my behavior reflects my team, my coaches, and the school I attend. Thank you for viewing my profile!
1 Corinthians 9:25-26: All athletes are disciplined in their training. They do it to win a prize that will fade away, but we do it for an eternal prize. So I run with a purpose in every step...