Jacob Schult, Trinity Lutheran baseball, Senior

Accomplishments: Threw a no-hitter against Class A No. 2 Rising Sun and hit a 2-run home run against Edinburgh. Winning pitcher against Lanesville, hit triple at Lanesville Invitational.

How were you able to perform to your fullest potential this past week?

“I listened to my coaches and focused on the fundamentals I had practiced.”

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What did you do well?

“I threw strikes and let my defense make plays behind me. I took a good approach at the plate and waited for a pitch to drive.”

Favorite drink: Chocolate milk

Favorite food: Biscuits and gravy

Favorite musical artist: Alan Jackson

Favorite book: “Unbroken,” by Laura Hillenbrand

Favorite class: Calculus

Role model: My Pappa

Best advice?

“Control what you can control. Don’t let outside influences affect how you perform.”

If you could travel anywhere, where would you go and why?

“Texas to deer and turkey hunt.”

Athletics goal (current or future)?

Win a sectional championship and play football or baseball in college.

Rachel Kaufman, Seymour softball, freshman

Accomplishments: Clarksville game (4/16) went 2-3 for hitting and pitched two innings with six strikeouts. Brownstown game (4/18) 3-5 for hitting & pitched seven innings with a perfect game: 9 strikeouts, 72 pitches, faced 21 batters

How were you able to perform to your fullest potential this past week?

“I spend a lot of time practicing, in addition to what I do with the team.”

What did you do well?

“I felt like I pitched well. I hit my spots, and my change up was very effective.”

Do you do anything special to prepare?

“Not really, just being with my teammates helps me get prepared. They are fun to be around and make the game exciting.”

Favorite drink: Sweet tea

Favorite food: Mexican food

Favorite class: Math

Best advice?

“Practice with a purpose”

Athletics goal (current or future)?

Play softball in college and make a positive impact on my team.

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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.