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Senior Karen Dringenburg, Seymour girls tennis

Accomplishments this past week: “Won the Providence tourney, beat Jennings County, got my AP exams out of the way.”

How were you able to perform to your fullest potential this past week? What did you do well?

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“I focused on one point at a time and stayed mentally strong and not dwelling on any certain points. I also had a high first-serve percentage.”

Do you do anything special to prepare?

“I had my coach serve to me a lot before the tournament over the weekend in order for my returns to be better.”

Favorite drink: Sweet tea

Favorite food: Green beans

Favorite book: “The Hunger Games” series

Favorite class: Math and business

Role model: My grandpa, Harlan Dringenburg, and my dad, Dean Dringenburg

Best advice: To never let anyone limit your dreams.

If you could travel anywhere and why: Australia to see the Australian Open and New Zealand to see sheep farms.

Athletics goal (current or future): Win (Hoosier Hills) conference and make it out of regional. I also will be playing college tennis.

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Senior Parker Criswell, Trinity Lutheran boys golf

Accomplishments this past week: Shot a 75 for medalist at the Cougar Invitational.

How were you able to perform to your fullest potential this past week? What did you do well?

“I adjusted and recovered very well from any bad shot on the course.”

Do you do anything special to prepare?

“Focused before the match. Looked ahead and knew what I had to do to shoot a good round.”

Favorite drink: Big Red

Favorite food: Steak or seafood

Favorite book: “American Sniper”

Favorite class: Calculus

Role model: “My dad. He helps me on and off the course whenever I need it.”

Best advice: Never let yourself get down, physically or mentally.

If you could travel anywhere and why: “Italy. The golf courses would be great, and I love Italian soccer and food.”

Athletics goal (current or future): Play golf at the college level

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Jordan Morey is sports editor at The (Seymour) Tribune. He can be reached at jmorey@tribtown.com or 812-523-7069.