Yeah. Just with keeping in shape mostly, but I think tennis definitely crosses over with volleyball with the extension and movements. Basketball keeps me strong.

What do you like about playing three sports?

They're all different. I enjoy volleyball so much, and there's not a lot of pressure. Basketball is more intense, and I like that too. Tennis is kind of my relax sport. It's still very competitive, but it's a lot of fun and more relaxing I would say than the other two.

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What has been the highlight of your athletic career at Fallston?

I'd have to say winning basketball states. Probably my sophomore year, because we won states freshman year and still no one, the second year, thought we were going to win again and I was just like, 'Really?' That was when Jess (Harlee) was out for most of the season and then she came back. I was surprised how well we did without Jess.

What did it mean to score your 1,000th career point?

During the C. Milton game, I came in needing like 16 points and everyone came and my parents had flowers for the first time. They never get me flowers. That was disappointing. I got like seven points that game, so that was just funny. Then we traveled to St. Frances on Saturday and I was so happy that it happened there, because it was so relaxed and no one was making a big deal.

What are you planning for the holidays?

I'm going to go visit my grandma in Massachusetts — me, my mom and my sister Anna.

What's your favorite holiday food?

Pumpkin pie.

Did you make a New Year's resolution?

I took everyone else's probably — just to stay in shape. Basketball season is early still, so I need to get in better shape.

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