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Lea Crompton: Bow Female Player of the Season


Thursday, April 06, 2017

What was the highlight of your season? When I hit the game winning shot at Pembroke and seeing my team being able to compete in our first season in Division II.

Who was the unsung hero of your team? Erin Boldwin. Although she couldn’t play due to injuries, she was able to contribute positively and keep the bench alive.

What was the biggest surprise of the season? Seeing the team do as well as we did after all the challenges we faced with injuries and sicknesses.

If you could improve high school basketball in New Hampshire, what would you do? Have three refs for every playoff game.

Do you have any sports superstitions? If so, what are they? When we play at home, we always have to hit the word “win” written above the door when we enter the gym.

What’s your favorite pre-game meal? A sub from Cimos

If someone was going to make a movie of your season, who would play your coach? Who would play you? Sean Connery, would play my coach because he’s a strong inspirational leader and Rebel Wilson would play me.

What was the last gift you gave someone? A mug and candy container

What is the funniest thing that has happened to you recently? After the boys basketball game at Oyster River, I was going down the bleachers to leave and I fell down three rows.

Describe the color yellow to someone who is blind. Bright, exciting, and warm

A penguin walks into your school wearing a sombrero. What does he say and why is he there? “I heard falcons fly forever. Can you teach me how?”

If you could have dinner with any three people, who would it be? And what would you serve? I would serve pizza to Ellen DeGeneres, Jennifer Lawrence and Shaquille O’Neal.

If you got a $1 million to start a company, what would you do? I would invest in stocks and then withdraw it 10 years later to start a sporting goods retail store.

If you had to go on a talent show, what would you do? I would get a group of friends to do a dance together.

What inspires you? My parents. They are always positive and encourage me to do my best at everything. They are always there through my highs and lows of life to support me.