VARSITY PROFILES: Johnny Juzang ’20, Ella Price ’20, Pablo Greenlee ’20 Lauren Elson ’20

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JOHNNY JUZANG ’20

Varsity Boy’s Basketball

At what age did you start playing basketball and why?

“I started playing at four. My older brother played basketball, so I just kind if hopped into it. I wasn’t really good until a few years ago.”

What is your favorite thing about the team? 

“We have a lot of fun. The guys are all really cool.”

 

ELLA PRICE ’20

Varsity Girl’s Basketball

What is your favorite part about being on the varsity team as opposed to a middle school team?

“The pace of the game is much more competitive; we play better because we are playing against better teams. I improve as a player when I compete against people who are better. It’s more fun playing with people that have more experience because I learn from them./”

What is your favorite part about playing a team sport?

“I love the social aspect because I meet people I wouldn’t have met otherwise.”

 

PABLO GREENLEE ’20

Varsity Boy’s Basketball

What is the most important lesson you have learned from soccer?

“Communication-trying to get people to listen to you and listening to others in order to win the game.”

What are you most excited about this season?

“Playing kids that are older than I am. That will help me improve my game because they are bigger and more physical, so I will get more experience.”

 

LAUREN ELSON ’20 

Varsity Girl’s Soccer

When did you start playing soccer and why?

“I started playing around four because my dad played in high school and almost played in college, so he got me into it.

What is the biggest difference between playing on a varsity team versus a middle school team?

“It has been fun to meet people from the older classes and to be able to come together with a single sport even though we’re in different grades.”

 

Complied by Leila Dall’Olmo ’20 and Georgia Gerber ’20

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