Athletes of the Year

Posted on May 29, 2013 by in Sports

Athletes of the Year

Ronald Clayton

SAS 12th grade

1. Q: How does it feel being athlete of the year?

A: It feels great its been a loooong four years of hard work.

2. Q: What sports did you play in high school?

A: I only played football and track and played two years for both.

3. Q: What has been your best memory playing for Hollywood?

A: I’ll have to say it was going back to Torres where my injury occurred and single handedly bringing my team back to win the game.

4. Q: What do you do in your spare time besides sports?

A: All I do is sports. I also mime for church, I love doing that. I just work on doing better in everything.

5. Q: Do you plan on continuing sports in college?

A: Yes, I plan on going all the way (which is the NFL) if God lets me. I’m going to Pasadena Community College and looking forward to transfer to UCLA or San Diego State.

Rebekka Grammenos

SAS 12th grade

 

1. Q:How does it feel being athlete of the year?

A: I’m so honored. It’s so exciting! I can’t believe it, it’s so awesome!

2. Q: What sports did you play in high school?

A: I played volleyball first semester and swam my second semester. But I’ve been swimming for four years.

3. Q: What has been your best memory playing for Hollywood?

A: One of the best memories was actually this Tuesday having to do a swim-off in order to get to finals and I had to push myself past  what I thought were my limits.

4. Q: What do you do in your spare time besides sports?

A: I study, I do schoolwork, I do volunteer work with my extra curriculars and that’s about it.

5. Q: Do you plan on continuing sports in college?

A: Yes, but I still want to have different experiences in college too.

6. Q: Which college are you going to?

A: I’m going to UC Berkeley.

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