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Gatrell: The glue holding the baseball team together

Demi Nicolozakes Jon jee Staff Published: April 2, 2012 8:52 AM

Three words senior Jeramy Gatrell uses to describe himself are I love baseball! Gatrell has played baseball for ten years, and four of those years he has played as a Muskie.

Though Gatrell is in the dugout cheering on his team most of the game, he is just as important as the other players. Members of his team think he makes a huge impact on their morale.

Gatrell brings nothing but positive energy to his team. Jeramy is an upbeat young man that has a great attitude. He is like the glue to our team, said varsity baseball coach Brad Barclay.

Since Gatrell has a great attitude and positive energy, he has a major effect on other players. His attitude is always positive, and he always makes the coaches and other players laugh in bad situations, said Barclay.

Gatrell has earned himself one varsity letter so far while being a Muskie, and he has enjoyed every moment of playing. I love to run the bases. I go to first, second, third, and then I score, said Gatrell.

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Because of his love for baseball, he is often busy but still finds time to enjoy other activities. I enjoy mowing grass, and I talk to my friends every day. I also play videogames, watch NASCAR races, and watch monster trucks destroy school buses, said Gatrell.

This year is Gatrells last year in high school, and although he is excited to graduate, he is also sad to leave his friends. I am excited for the senior trip to Cedar Point, but I will be sad when I graduate because I wont get to see my friends every day, said Gatrell

Gatrell has been a student loved by all, and many students and staff members will miss him. Jeramy has made such an impact on the school, said Barclay. I just hope we can keep him around even after he graduates.


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