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GRANTON NAMES 2020 SCHOLAR ATHLETES

Updated: May 23

Seventh in our alphabetical series of Cloverbelt Conference 2020 Scholar Athletes


Hunter Vine

My athletic and academic success isn’t what pushed me to grow as the person you see now but, all of the failures and struggles are what push me into who I am today.

The skills I have gained from my years of sports and school like how to manage my time efficiently to get work done on time is just one of the things I have learned


I plan on going to UW Platteville and study engineering. Then go on to continue working at my Youth Apprenticeship and travel the world along the way.



Rhiannon Reimer

Sports are something that broke me out of my shell and pushed me to meet new people as well as made me a better person. I have played Varsity Baseball (2017- Present) and Varsity Basketball- 2016- Present (Team Captain 2016-2017, 2019- Present) In Middle School, I played volleyball and softball. We cooped volleyball with Loyal for my 7th and 8th grade year. Playing with Loyal my 7th grade year I was the libero, my 8th grade year I was the setter. Softball was also cooped with Loyal for my 7th and 8th grade year. We currently co-op with Neillsville.

During my 8th grade year, I also tried track and field; where I participated in running the mile, high jump and hurdles. In Neillsville I played softball my Freshman year as well as volleyball my Freshman year.


Co-oping with other schools has really helped me be a more bubbly person. Working with many different people and teams has taught me how to adapt quickly as well as accept changes. I will need these skills in my future as I will be working with different people every day. Every patient will be different and I will have to adapt quickly in order to help them.


Click below for other 2020 Cloverbelt Scholar Athletes

Altoona

Cadott

Colby

Columbus Catholic

Fall Creek

Gilman

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