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Q&A with Bridge Creek student-athlete Caden Morrow — Presented by RibCrib

VYPE: First, what sports, activities and other extracurriculars are you involved with?
Caden Morrow: I play football basketball, track and am in NHS.

VYPE: What position(s) do you play?
CM: Running back and safety

VYPE: What age did you start playing sports and which one did you gravitate towards first?
CM: I started playing sports at 5 and I gravitated towards baseball at first but ever since middle school football has been my favorite.

VYPE: What do you think it was about football that separated it from other sports for you personally?
CM: Football is the most team sport there is. Everyone counts on each other.

VYPE: Why is teamwork important to you?
CM: Because you are part of something bigger than yourself.

VYPE: How have you felt about what your team has achieved this year in one of the toughest districts in the state?
CM: Not exactly how we wanted our season to go but we competed.

VYPE: What are your goals for this basketball season?
CM: My goals for this basketball season is to win our conference .

VYPE: Talk about a time you faced a challenge in your athletic career and how you responded to it. What did you have to overcome? What did you learn in the process?
CM: I’ve dealt with multiple injuries in high school and it taught me how to persevere and be a good teammate.

VYPE: As a member of NHS, why are academics an important part of your life?
CM: Academics are important because sports don’t last forever.

VYPE: What events do you do in track?
CM: In track I run in the 4×100 and 4×200.

VYPE: How has your team-first mentality helped you in life? How do you think it will continue to help you as you become a young adult?
CM: Team first mentality allows you to work with others and count on others.

VYPE: What’s a piece of advice a coach has given you that you won’t forget?
CM: You get what you put into it.

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