Senior Spotlight: Sarah Rosenberg

In an effort to make this year special for Oak Hall’s senior athletes, we created A-Z questions for them to answer. We hope you enjoy!

Sarah Rosenberg is a member of Oak Hall’s varsity girls track & field team!

By Kaylee Rowe

A: Advice you’d give your freshman-self? It goes by pretty quick, so enjoy every moment.
B: Best pre-meet meal? Egg-whites
C: Coaches best word of advice? Run hard, turn left.
D: Favorite dessert? Pizookie
E: Most entertaining practice? Any practice Coach Al brings his kids to.
F: Favorite high school athletic moment? Winning state in 9th grade.
G: Goals for your senior season? Have fun and enjoy it.
H: Hoping to attend which college? I don’t know.
I: Interesting thing about you away from track? I’m really into politics.
J: Favorite jersey number? 3.
K: Keys to maintaining homework? If I knew, I would tell you!
L: least favorite practice drill? Anything that involves long distance.
M: Music you listen to? Anything.
N: Netflix or Hulu? Netflix.
O: Outside hobbies besides track? Tanning.
P: Preparations for a big meet include? Getting a lot of sleep.
Q: Question you’d ask your future self? If I’m still running?
R: Most relaxing part of your day? Going to sleep.
S: If you had any superpower, what would it be? Being invisible.
T: Favorite TV show? Criminal Minds.
U: Most underrated part of track? Being with the girls and enjoying workouts.
V: Favorite vacation spot? Alaska.
W: What does it mean to be an Eagle? Working hard and doing our best.
X: Any X-Rays? Lots.
Y: Your impact to younger athletes on the team? Trying to be a good role model and encourage them to love the sport as much as I do.
Z: Favorite Zoo animal? Giraffes.

Senior Spotlight: Harrison Grooms

In an effort to make this year special for Oak Hall’s senior athletes, we created A-Z questions for them to answer. We hope you enjoy!

Harrison Grooms is a member of Oak Hall’s varsity girls cross country team, and the varsity girls track and field team!

By Sarah Rosenberg

A – Advice you’d give your freshman self?  Chill out and don’t take everything so seriously.
B – Best pre-race meal? Two nights before we love to eat pasta, but the night before is either chicken or fish.
C – Coach’s best words of advice? Run hard and stay relaxed.
D – Favorite dessert? Pazookie.
E – Most entertaining practice? The week before state we always have a day when the boys dress as the girls and the girls dress as the boys.
F – Favorite high school athletic moment? Any race I get to run with my teammates. 
G – Goals for your senior season? I hope to make it a really welcoming atmosphere for the younger runners.
H – Hoping to attend (which college)? I will be attending Davidson College in the fall.
I – Interesting thing about you away from running? I’m obsessed with puzzles. If you come over to my house, I have a million laying out.
J – Favorite joke? How does a sheep get to the hospital? In a lambulance! 
K – Keys to maintaining homework? I try to get as much done as I can during my free periods and my sister is a genius and always keeps me super motivated. 
L – Least favorite practice drill? I’m pretty known for how much I love stretching but we do these high skips and I am not a fan.
M – Music you listen to? All kinds. I love upbeat happy music. 
– Netflix or Hulu? Love them both but probably Netflix. 
O – Outside hobbies (other than your sport)? Walks with my family and cooking. 
P – Preparations for a big meet include? Lots of sleep.
Q – Question you would ask your future self? How are you making the world a better place?
R – Most relaxing part of your day? Probably sitting at dinner and talking about my day with my family.         
S – What would your senior superlative be? “Most likely to say good morning”. 
T – Favorite TV show? The CrownFriends, and This is Us.
U – Most underrated pet? A bunny.
V – Favorite vacation spot? Camden, Maine. 
W – What does it mean to you to be an Eagle? To have a tightknit community that supports you no matter what.
X – Any X-rays? One last year when I dropped a computer charger on my foot. It all ended up being okay.
Y – Your impact to the younger athletes on the team? Hopefully they’ll remember me as the goofy senior who always tried to put a smile on their face.          
Z – Favorite zoo animal? Tigers.

Senior Spotlight: Rocco Falisi

In an effort to make this year special for Oak Hall’s senior athletes, we created A-Z questions for them to answer. We hope you enjoy!

Rocco Falisi is a member of Oak Hall’s varsity boys lacrosse team.

By Shailey Klein

A – Advice you would give your freshman-self? Don’t dig the freshman hole.
B – Best pre-game meal? Definitely some chicken and rice.
C – Coach Montes’ best words of advice? Tighten up.
D – Dessert? Ice cream.
E – Entertaining practice? Definitely when we do a six-on-six scrimmage.
F – Favorite high school lacrosse moment? Playing Buchholz freshman year.
G – Goals for your senior season? Continue to get better and continue to grow.
H – Happiest day of your life? Definitely when I committed to play college lacrosse.
I – Interesting thing about you away from lacrosse? I’m big into fishing and hunting.
J – Joker on the team? Cade [Balogh].
K – Keys to balancing school and sports workload? Time management.
L – Least favorite part of practice? Definitely when we have to run.
M – Music you listen to? A lot of country.
N – Netflix or Hulu? Hulu.
O – Other sports? I played football.
P – Preparation for a big game includes? Just getting in the right mindset and putting on some good music.
Q – Question you would ask your future self? What were you doing back there?
R – Relaxing part of your day? Definitely going to bed.
S – Superstitions? I don’t have any.
T – TV show? Definitely Criminal Minds.
U – Underrated pet? Definitely a cat.
V – Vacation spot? Destin.
W – What does it mean to you to be an Eagle? It means everything. It’s something you really have to carry with pride.
X – X-rays? No.
Y – Your impact on younger players on the team? Try to guide them the best I can and lead them.
Z – Zoo animal? Zebra.