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One on One: Bellefonte’s Carley Clarkson

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Editor’s Note – Recently Homtown Sports’ Tara Jackson sat down and interviewed Bellefonte softball player Carley Clarkson.

HS: How long have you played the current sports you are in?

CC:I have played softball for 12 years and volleyball for 4 years.

HS: What is one piece of advice you’d like to offer younger athletes?

CC: One piece of advice I would give is to not base your value on your performance in a sport and to just have fun.

HS: Who is someone you look up to?

CC: Someone I look up to is my dad because he was so strong and kind.

HS: What are your goals for the current sports you play in?

CC: My goal for this softball season is to stay positive and work hard everyday. Despite all that my team has been through, I just want to have fun for my last year!

HS: What strengths do you believe you have that make you a great athlete?

CC:Some strengths that I believe that I have that make me a good athlete are motivation and being a coachable athlete.

HS: What are your plans after high school?

CC: My post-highschool plans are to attend Penn State University and major in Business.

HS: Is there a coach or teammate who has gone above and beyond and pushed you more than anyone?

CC:Some coaches I would like to recognize because of their importance in my life are, Rich Rogers, Josh Obrien, Monica Smith, and Erica Bowersox.

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