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Concord Monitor 2018 Winter Sports Awards Sabrina Lee Concord High

  • Concord Monitor 2018 Winter Sports Awards Sabrina Lee Concord High


Friday, April 20, 2018

What was biggest challenge you or your team faced this season and how did you overcome it?

Fall season we placed fourth. We knew for winter season that we would work to upgrade all of our stunts to elite level. We knew this would take a lot of hard work and mental commitment. We got behind each other and got it done.

Who was the unsung hero of your team?

Our coaches gave Ainsley Kopp the Unsung Hero Award this season. She was an alternate and just sort of in the background. But she ended up competing because every time she was asked to step in, she did so with zero issues and always got the job done well.

If you could improve high school cheerleading in New Hampshire, what would you do?

I honestly love cheering for my high school in the state of New Hampshire. One thing that would be nice is if the NHIAA let us go to nationals in Dallas. That would be such an experience on so many levels for my team and all the other hard working teams in New Hampshire.

Do you have any sports superstitions? If so, what are they?

My team has a few. We like to sit in the same seats on the bus on our way to compete, we like to sit in the same section of the bleachers as we wait to compete, we have a ritual we go through before our warm up time, and we always do hair and makeup together the day of competition.

What are some of the unwritten rules of your sport?

You have to do more than just attend practices. That’s not enough. You have to put the work in at home too; stretching, hard marking, working on performance face.

Never, ever stop during a full out. Keep going, no matter what. No one wants to be called out on the mat for blowing it.

One more time actually means a million more times on any given day.

If life were a video game, what would some of the cheat codes be?

Cheat codes to turn game money into real money, or how to grow a money tree or win the lottery or find a buried treasure chest with tons of money in it. Then, the money is actually real and ends up in my bank account.

What is something that is really popular now, but in five years everyone will look back on and be embarrassed by?

Without a doubt, the “duck-lip/face” pictures!

Where do you get your news?

Notifications on my phone.

What are the best and worst purchases you’ve ever made?

Makeup purchases are probably the best. The worst was when I bought jeans online and when they came in they were the wrong size in a completely different color. I returned them and I got my money back.

What’s the most ridiculous fact you know?

Every piece of plastic ever made still exists.

What’s invisible but you wish people could see?

People’s thoughts and why they’re thinking that particular way.

If you could go to school in a foreign country, which country would you pick and why?

I would probably go to school in Europe, specifically Paris, France, because students get full course meals, appetizer, entrée, and a dessert for their school lunch!

If animals could talk, which would be the rudest?

Cats.

What questions would you like to ask a time traveler from 200 years in the future?

Do you like the future’s generation better than today’s?

If you were hired to show tourists what life is really like where you live, what would you show them / have them do?

I would show them Disney World just so I could go on a whole bunch of rides.

What is the craziest thing one of your teachers has done?

Doing today’s dance moves to today’s music in the classroom.

What’s the best thing about being a teen? What’s the worst?

The best thing about being a teen is having a whole bunch of friends and having fun going to school. The worst thing is having homework and doing chores.