Hello, I'm Bryanna Rodriguez, I am a sophomore at SACHS. I am currently 15 years old, and highly active. I would like to go to college and accomplish my long term goal. I'd like to get a track or basketball scholarship, and go professional one day. I also would like to accomplish becoming a theologian. I aspire to reach my goals, and I'm willing to work as hard as I have to accomplish these goals. I understand that it will take much time, and hard work to accomplish these goals, but I can do it. What makes me a good candidate is I never slack off, I pour my heart and 110% into track. I will never slack, and people can depend on me, and I won't hold back the team. What makes me different as an athlete is I practice everyday for 3-5 hours a day. I also do basketball and cross country on the off season to keep me in shape. I always practice, and try my hardest to do my best. In academics, I try hard and try to get a 4.0. I realized the better in academics I do, the more opportunities and scholarships will open up for me. My character differs from others because I am funny and laid back, but I know when to be serious and get down to business. If I'm running a race, and it's practice or a race I still put effort into it. I am serious and dedicated to track, and I feel everyone on a team should be because if they aren't it holds back the team. My favorite quote is "One rotten apple spoils the whole barrel". I like to look at that quote and think if one person has a bad attitude, the whole team will have a bad attitude.