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Q & A : Football player Freddy Ve’evalu and Sports Editor Ashley Glimstad

Ashley Glimstad | Sport Editor
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Q: How do you handle school with being on the football team?

A:  Actually, football is my inspiration for school. It strives me to do well, because I want to play on the field, and if I don’t have the grades, I can’t play.

Q: What do you think of the coaching staff?

A:  I like the coaching staff. They push us to our full potential and expect hard work every- day. They teach us ‘how you practice, is how you play.’

Q: What do you contribute to the City College football team?

A:  I go to practice everyday willing to learn and be prepared for my opponent.

Q: How is this season shaping up in your eyes? Will we expect wins from the City College football team?

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Q: Did you do conditioning? Was it beneficial?

A: Yes, I try my best to stay in shape. The coaches have extreme workouts, working us on our explosion. It’s very beneficial because I feel like I can run up and down the field all day and not get tired.

Q: How long have you been playing football?

A:  I’ve been playing football for eight years now. I played youth Pop Warner football in junior high school, played all four years in high school, and now I’m playing my first year in college here at Sac City.

Q: Do you have plans to play football in the future?

A:  Yes! I plan to continue football at a four-year-college and if GOD blesses me to make it to the NFL.

Q: Do you have any memorable plays?

A: It was my freshman year in high school and the last game. I was playing tight end and I went out for a pass and I made a one-handed catch in the end zone. I was surprised because at first it just felt like a reaction at the time, but then I realized I actually ended up scoring.

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