Throwers, throwers, throwers … we need you! Let’s go! All of us here are student athletes. The student comes first, before the athlete. Conservation of momentum. Going up. Coming down.It’s really just balance. Keeping the javelin back and not coming forward too much. Being a team captain, and having to work with other people has helped me with my leadership. You want to open up, and you brought your arm out. When I see something that’s wrong, I’ll go up and fix the way they’re holding their jav, or fix the way their feet are, or tell them, ‘oh, when you’re done throwing, you should end like this.’Leadership is the silent leader, and there’s the verbal leader. I prefer to be the silent leader, leading by example. Show them what it means to be good, and be a good teammate. Being a leader on the field is a big part of being a senior. AP Physics is really hard. I like to step up to the challenge. Being at Milton Hershey, you have to speak up to get places. You have to talk to people to be able to move forward. Don’t be afraid to be adaptable and try new things.