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Athletes of the Week: Stephanie Ramsey and Ian Imler

Stephanie Ramsey and Ian Imler have been two of the most improved cross country runners this season.

Stephanie Ramsey and Ian Imler have been two of the most improved cross country runners this season.

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Stephanie Ramsey and Ian Imler have been two of the most improved cross country runners this season.

Nathan Yon

Nathan Yon

Stephanie Ramsey and Ian Imler have been two of the most improved cross country runners this season.

Athletes of the Week: Stephanie Ramsey and Ian Imler

November 1, 2019

Stephanie Ramsey

 

Stephanie Ramsey

Name: Stephanie Ramsey 

Sport: Cross Country

Grade: 10

Accomplishments:

Stephanie was a key part in the girls cross country team’s success and had a PR at the meet for districts where she took off 2 minutes off her time from earlier in the season when she ran the same course.

Coach Wills Quote:

“This was Stephanie’s forth year running cross country and she continues to be an important and key part of or girls team and their success. Stephanie ran a fantastic race at out district meet where she had a PR and improved her time from her last meet on this course.”


Eagle Eye: How did you first get involved in this sport?

Stephanie Ramsey: “I did running club when I was in elementary school and always did the farthest events when I ran in track and field.”

EE: What other sports do you play?

SR: “Basketball”

EE: Favorite professional sports team?

SR: “Golden State Warriors”

EE: Favorite professional athlete?

SR: “Juqua Parker”

EE: Who is your hero? Why?

SR: “My parents. They support me in everything I do.”

EE: Favorite band/musician?

SR: “Ed Sherran”

EE:  Favorite movie?

SR: “Dumb and Dumber 2″

EE: Favorite food?

SR: “Buffalo Wings”

EE: What advice would you give younger athletes?

SR: “Always give it your all, and put extra time in during the off-season. This is when you develop your skills.”

EE: What are your future goals?

SR: “To play basketball in college and pursue a degree in Engineering.”

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    Ian Imler

     

    Ian Imler

    Name: Ian Imler

    Sport: Cross Country 

    Grade: 11

    Accomplishments: 

    Ian had a PR of 18:29 at their recent meet at the Blair/Huntingdon meet and was the the teams top runner with a 7th place finish out of over 160 boys. 

    Coach Wills Quote:

    “Ian came into this season recovering from an injury that happened during track season. He was our third/ forth runner over the line at our meets. He worked very hard all season to continue to improve his races and times. That paid off at our recent Blair/Huntingdon meet.” 

     


    Eagle Eye: How did you first get involved in this sport?

    Ian Imler: “I started running track in 7th grade, and I thought I could do well in cross country.”

    EE: What other sports do you play?

    II: “Track”

    EE: Favorite professional sports team?

    II: “Los Angeles Lakers”

    EE: Favorite professional athlete?

    II: “Lebron James”

    EE: Who is your hero? Why?

    II: “My dad, he pushes me to do well everyday and is a great person that I can look up to  and be like one day.”

    EE: Favorite band/musician?

    II: “Travis Scott”

    EE:  Favorite movie?

    II: “Waterboy”

    EE: Favorite food?

    II: “Chicken Alfredo”

    EE: What advice would you give younger athletes?

    II: “Work smarter, not harder. But, putting in work is the key to success.”

    EE: What are your future goals?

    II: “Possibly run in college and go to Penn State for kinesiology.”

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