Spring forward on the water

Sports
Nick Hickey, Reporter   The Wyandotte Rowing team is going on their annual spring break trip to Oakridge, Tennessee, leaving at 3:00 am on Monday morning, the team plans to hit the water and get stronger.   “We leave on Monday morning and have a nine hour drive ahead of us to get to Oakridge to hit the water,” junior Emiliano Mendiola   With two practices a day, one in the morning and one in the evening, rowers get exhausted during the week.   “After the first couple days you do get tired and rest becomes really important,” senior Max Bearden said.   For the first timers the trip brings hope but some nerves.   “I’m really excited and I hope I can improve my technique… I am nervous because I don’t know what exactly to expect,” sophomore novice Jerald Harrington said.   Expectations are high for some rowers to come back better and hopefully win some big regattas.   “I hope that we are able to row everyday there and when we get back, have some good runs in the regattas,” Mendiola said.

Emma is a senior and is the Editor-in-Chief. She has been part of the Wy-News for three years. Inside school she is the Head Drum Major of the Wyandotte Marching Chiefs, Vice President of National Honors Society, an officer of Tri-M, and a member of Student Council, Link Crew, jazz band, and science club. Outside of school she is first chair cellist at Dearborn Youth Symphony and a member of Michigan Youth Symphony Orchestra. She also likes to kickbox, babysit, and hang out with friends. “I joined newspaper my sophomore year because I love to get involved with everything the school has to offer. However, has been so much more than just a class. I would truly be a different person if it weren’t for the Wy-News and the people in it.”

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