Turning disappointment into motivation

As the Pepper Box focuses on change for its third issue, Ritenour Live is highlighting students who have undergone changes

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Junior Reese Sherman

Junior Reese Sherman

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Ritenour Athletics

Junior Reese Sherman

Jordyn Barber, Staff Member

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“My freshman year I really wanted to be on JV, however, I played on the C team. From that moment I told myself that for sophomore year I would be varsity catcher and sure enough, I was.”

“Our coaching helped me developed my skill and made me such a better ball player. It’s all about your motivation and wanting to be better but also your skills. At the end of the day, you need both.” – junior Reese Sherman.

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