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Kamryn Garvie at Washburn University

Kamryn Garvie at Washburn University

Mandy Garvie

Kamryn Garvie at Washburn University

Mandy Garvie

Mandy Garvie

Kamryn Garvie at Washburn University

Sofia De Francisco, North Staff Writer

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Kamryn Garvie, Committed softball athlete, has played softball most of her life and has a great passion for the sport itself. Gravie first started playing the sport when she was only six years old. Making the Varsity team in middle school and high school encouraged her to keep working hard to achieve her dream career.

Garvie plays for the Varsity team, positions 1st and 3rd. Knowing there are challenges along the way, Garvie tells her biggest strengths and weaknesses she faces on the field.

“ My work ethic along with my leadership skills would be my main strength.” Garvie said. “I take a lot of pride on being a role model to my teammates.”

Acknowledging your biggest weaknesses can be challenging, but once you know what you can improve on, a weakness can become your biggest motivator in helping you improve.

“A weakness that I’m not very proud of would be overthinking,” Garvie said. “ The time we lost State was very hard for my team I but I think about it everyday and what I could have done differently”

In Aug. before Garvies junior year, she proudly committed to the University of Washburn; a D2 college in Topeka, Kansas. Garvie will be majoring in public relations and will be playing for the universities softball team.

“My best friend, Gracie Carpenter is the first person I told when I got offered and she has been by my side all through the recruiting process,” Garvie said. “She kept telling me that she knew I would make the right decision and I really appreciate her help. Especially since she has been with me all through my softball career.”

Ever since Garvie was a little girl she’s had a great passion for the game. Late practices,personal trainers, and out of state tournaments were finally worth it all. Five years from now Garvie sees herself still at Washburn getting her masters degree and most likely being a student coach for their softball team.

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Sofia De Francisco, North Staff Writer

Hey!! My name is Sofia De Francisco and I'm a Junior at ENHS. This is my first year on the ruff draft and I couldn't be more excited. I love spending time...

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