Featured Athlete: Hallie Winterbauer

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Featured Athlete: Hallie Winterbauer

Senior Hallie Winterbauer smiles at a football game as part of Red Rhythm. For Winterbauer, the relationships and people in drill team are her favorite part of Red Rhythm.

Senior Hallie Winterbauer smiles at a football game as part of Red Rhythm. For Winterbauer, the relationships and people in drill team are her favorite part of Red Rhythm.

Senior Hallie Winterbauer smiles at a football game as part of Red Rhythm. For Winterbauer, the relationships and people in drill team are her favorite part of Red Rhythm.

Senior Hallie Winterbauer smiles at a football game as part of Red Rhythm. For Winterbauer, the relationships and people in drill team are her favorite part of Red Rhythm.

Grade: 12 | Sport: Drill Team

Wingspan: What inspired you to join Red Rhythm?

Winterbauer: “I have always loved to dance, so once I got the opportunity i took it!”

Wingspan: What keeps you motivated to stay in dance?

Winterbauer: “All of the people I get to see everyday and knowing that it will make me a stronger dancer and person at the end.”

Wingspan: What is the most difficult thing about RR?

Winterbauer: “Probably getting up so early in the morning.”

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

“The relationships you make! I have met some of my best friends in RR.”

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

Winterbauer: “It’s like a party with your friends half the time and the other half is total focus dancing which can also be really fun.”

Wingspan: What pumps you up or motivates you before competitions?

Winterbauer: “Knowing that we have worked so so hard to get to that moment and also the fact that I absolutely love competing.”

Wingspan: What is your pre-game ritual?

Winterbauer: “I always take 5 minutes or so to stretch and go over anything I feel I might make a mistake on and then listen to some chill music to get rid of the butterflies.”