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One on One: Interview with Bellefonte’s Josh Brown

By Tara Jackson

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S. Weaver Dirt Road Photography

Editor’s note: Recently, Hometown Sport’s Tara Jackson had the chance to interview Senior Student Athlete Josh Brown from Bellefonte Area High School.

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

JB:I’ve been playing this baseball since i was 2 but, really started playing when i was 4.

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

JB: One piece of advice I would offer young athletes is to always be the hardest worker, there is someone out there always working harder than you. Be that person working harder.

HS: Who is someone you look up to?

JB: I look up to my dad. My dad has always been a role model for me. He’s always been there no matter what.

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

JB: My goals for baseball are to finish out my last year with a bang and go out strong with my best friends

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

JB:I think the greatest strength I have that helps me with baseball is my communication. I love talking, people say I do it too much but in baseball it’s a very good thing.

HS: What are your plans after high school?

JB: I plan to attend IUP and get a degree in biochemistry

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

JB: The coach that pushed me the most was Dave Crunick. He always knew how good our group of boys were and he made sure to always push us as hard as possible to be as good as possible.

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