Loyal High school female athlete: Jordyn Pieper

Loyal High school female athlete: Jordyn Pieper


Loyal High school female athlete: Jordyn Pieper


Jordyn Pieper


Dean and Viki Pieper

Athletic achievements:

Freshman letters, honors: Track and field.

Sophomore letters, honors: Volleyball (Greyhound Award), basketball (Miss Hustle).

Junior letters, honors:Volleyball (Greyhound Award), basketball (defensive MVP).

Senior letters, honors: Volleyball (all-conference, MVP), basketball (all-conference, MVP).

Academic honors:

High Honor Roll President’s Education Awards Program; American Legion School Award; Scholar Athlete Award; Badger Girls’ State Alternate; Air Force Mathematics and Science Award; Elks Science Award.

Volunteer work:

Jyllibean’s Dash (Kids’ Fun Run); Loyal Chamber of Commerce Car Show; Ronald McDonald House (Feed-A-Family); Saint Anthony’s Fall Festival; Leaf Raking for Elderly; FFA Dairy Breakfast Volunteer; American Legion Food Stand Volunteer; PTA Carnival Volunteer; Cognitively Disabled Student Tutor.

College plans:

I aspire to be a pediatrician and have accepted admission to Wisconsin Lutheran College in Milwaukee as a biology/pre-medicine major. I plan to attend medical school upon completion of my undergraduate degree. I desire to contribute to our society by helping those less fortunate and to be able to work with children promoting healthy lifestyles.

Favorite sports memory:

What I will take with me from high school sports is the team bonding that my basketball team and I created on the bus rides to and from away games. Every time I hear a song from the movie “Pitch Perfect”, I will remember the great times that were had as we sang our lungs out.

Advice to an athlete:

Participating in athletic activities has been a very rewarding experience for myself as it has taught me that I need to practice patience, understanding and compassion for others. Our teams have not always been as successful as I would have hoped, but I have gained lifelong friendships with people that I may never have been able to spend time with otherwise. My advice to high school athletes is to understand that it is sometimes more important to be a leader than a winner and that one person can make a difference.

Your inspiration:

There is a sign in our hallway that reads, “Character is who you are when no one is watching.” I have read this sign every day in school since I was a freshman, and every day I have taken it to heart. I strive to be the best student, friend, teammate and person that I can be. I want my character to show that I have worked hard and applied myself to each and every task set before me. I believe that anything can be achieved through hard work, dedication and perseverence.


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