Featured Athlete: Owen Archer

Grade: 10 | Sport: Baseball

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Featured Athlete: Owen Archer

Varsity baseball player sophomore Owen Archer began playing the sport after seeing his brother play. Besides being a part of the team, Archer enjoys the personal growth that can come from partaking in the sport.

Varsity baseball player sophomore Owen Archer began playing the sport after seeing his brother play. Besides being a part of the team, Archer enjoys the personal growth that can come from partaking in the sport.

Roy Nitzan

Varsity baseball player sophomore Owen Archer began playing the sport after seeing his brother play. Besides being a part of the team, Archer enjoys the personal growth that can come from partaking in the sport.

Roy Nitzan

Varsity baseball player sophomore Owen Archer began playing the sport after seeing his brother play. Besides being a part of the team, Archer enjoys the personal growth that can come from partaking in the sport.

Wingspan: What inspired you to start baseball?

Archer: “My brother started baseball and I saw how much fun he was having and wanted to start.”

Wingspan: What keeps you motivated to stay in the sport?

Archer: “I love the game of baseball and that motivates me to keep playing.”

Wingspan: What is the most difficult thing about baseball?

Archer: “I think the hardest thing is not getting down on yourself when you fail.”

Wingspan: What is the biggest benefit of being in the sport?

Archer: “I think the biggest benefit is being able to compete with your team and learn from your mistakes and grow as a person.”

Wingspan: What’s it’s like being on the team?

Archer: “Being on the team is great.”

Wingspan: What pumps you up/motivates you before a game?

Archer: “I usually just hit a little bit and get focused on what I can do to play my best.”

Wingspan: What is your pregame ritual?

Archer: “Every game I go to Racetrac and get a bag of skittles.”