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Meet the Player: Xander Lowry by Noah Justus
I got the chance to sit down and ask senior football player, Xander Lowry, about the season so far and how he has played a role in it.
Q: How many years have you played high school football?
A: “I’ve played all four years including this one.”
Q: What got you into the sport?
A: “I’ve played since I was in little league and I’ve always loved it, but I guess you could say my parents got me into it.”
Q: What do you enjoy about the sport?
A: “I really love being able to compete and hanging out with my friends and football lets me do both of those things at once.”
Q: What position do you play?
A: “I’m the varsity defensive corner for the team.”
Q: How do think this season has gone so far?
A: “I was kind of worried after losing some of our star players last year, but after the first few games I realized we would be fine. I’ve really enjoyed this season as a whole. The team seems super close this year.”
Q: Personally, how has your season gone this year?
A: “I think I’ve gotten a lot better this year. It might just be that I have more experience under my belt, but I think I got a lot stronger and faster over the summer thanks to Coach Ray. So I guess you could say I'm pretty happy with my season.”
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