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In Their Own Words<BR>Seniors reflect on potential end to careers:<BR>Caroline White
In Their Own Words
Seniors reflect on potential end to careers:
Caroline White

My name is Caroline White. I am a senior at Bunn High School.
The COVID-19 virus has brought about many emotions for me where my softball career is concerned.
My prep career most likely ending prematurely makes me really upset because this season is what I have looked forward to since my freshman year.
It's not only softball; it's everything that I feel that I'm missing from my senior year.


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In Their Own Words<BR>Seniors reflect on potential end to careers:<BR>Madi Leonard
In Their Own Words
Seniors reflect on potential end to careers:
Madi Leonard

This spring, a lot of good things were going to happen for me.
I was supposed to go teach elementary school children, play my last season of softball, have my senior prom and walk across the stage to get my diploma that I have worked so hard for.
The school and athletic suspension stirs a lot of emotions.


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In Their Own Words<BR>Seniors reflect on potential end to careers:<BR>Rebekah Smith
In Their Own Words
Seniors reflect on potential end to careers:
Rebekah Smith

When I heard that my season could possibly be finished for the school year, I was devastated.
I was more upset because this is my senior year, my last high school track season.
I will never be able to get this time and experience back.
This suspension of athletics has stopped me from being able to defend my state (high jump) title, which is very upsetting to me.


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In Their Own Words<BR>Seniors reflect on potential end to careers:<BR>Jaylen Perry
In Their Own Words
Seniors reflect on potential end to careers:
Jaylen Perry

I'm at a loss for words to describe how it feels to have the senior season of my prep career (possibly) taken away from me before it could really get started.
I have been a three-sport athlete since I was 6 years old -- football, basketball and baseball.
Since little league, baseball has always been my favorite. Hearing that the season would be suspended because of the coronavirus I thought to myself "okay. no way that's true and if so it'll only be a week or two and it will be back do no worries", but little did I know.


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