Wimberley senior Holly Harwood is approaching the one year anniversary of her October 2019 commitment to Angelo State University soccer. Don't think for a minute that she feels any different about her decision.
"I decided to commit then because it gave me plenty of time to prepare and took off a lot of pressure, so I could just play," said Harwood. "I feel like ASU is a good fit for me because of the style they play and the coaching is very excellent."
Harwood may have traded her Hill Country home for a college opportunity in West Texas, but it's still close enough for her family to watch her future athletic achievements.
As we await the start of the 2020 volleyball season, VYPE Volleyball Insider Chuck Licata is taking this extra time to catch up with some of the biggest names in coaching.
Licata talks with them about the pandemic, how it has changed their approach to 2020 and more of changes and challenges facing the sport of volleyball as they try to start.
Here is Chuck Licata's full interview with Bushland's Jason Culpepper.
Jackson Cichon recently won the VYPE DFW 2020 Public School Preseason Boys XC Runner of the Year Fan Poll. VYPE caught up with Cichon for the 411 on the star from Mansfield Summit.
VYPE: How long have you been running Cross Country and how did you get your start?
Cichon: I've been running cross since the 6th grade and I got into it because It was one of the few sports that were offered at my school. I also started running because I wanted to improve in baseball.
VYPE: Go-to pre run meal? Routine?
Cichon: I personally don't like to eat a ton before a run just a little snack bar does me fine. For my routine it's nothing out of the ordinary except I'll envision my race and how I want to win.
VYPE: Favorite subject in school?
Cichon: I would probably say science.
VYPE: What's your biggest strength? Or What do You Bring to Your Team?
Cichon: Easily my work ethic and I think I proved it to myself this summer while working 2 jobs and running everyday.
VYPE: What is your favorite thing to do outside of running?
Cichon: I'd have to say hanging out with the boys, playing games, or art, maybe mix some reading in there.
VYPE:. What has been your greatest HS memory so far?
Cichon: Definitely my first time qualifying for state.
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