Victoria Voight, Mosinee High School

Victoria Voight, Mosinee High School

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Victoria Voight, Mosinee High School

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VICTORIA VOIGHT

VICTORIA VOIGHT

Parents: Tami and Vic Voight

High School: Mosinee High School

Junior letters, honors: Volleyball (lettered), basketball (lettered)

Senior letters, honors: Volleyball (honorable mention all-conference, lettered), basketball (lettered, captain)

Other Sports/Accolades: Volleyball: Best serve, most improved.

Academic honors: National Honors Society, Academic Excellence, 4.00 GPA, Honor Roll-High Honors.

Volunteer work: Cancer Breakfast, Relay For Life, youth coach, school store, Chili Supper, Ice Cream Social, concessions, Ice Cream Social, reading in church, Youth Group Walk, Confirmation group, Pen Pals, Homeless Awareness Night, food drive, Valentine’s Day flowers, dance tickets, 2013 Graduation, NHS Induction Ceremony, Mosinee Christmas, Prom Committee.

Favorite sports memory: When my basketball team and I won our last conference game and earned the title of conference champions. My teammates and I were determined to accomplish this goal, and worked hard all seasonlong for this opportunity. It was a team effort, and the intensity was unforgettable.

Advice to an athlete: BELIEVE. Believe in yourself, believe in your teammates, believe in your dreams, and believe that anything is possible.

Inspiration: My family has always been my inspiration and biggest supporters throughout my high school sports career. My family encourages me to do my absolute best, strive toward improvement, and never give up.

College plans: After graduating high school, I plan on attending Marquette University in Milwaukee. I intend on majoring in biomedical science to become a physician’s assistant, specializing in pediatrics.

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Parents: Tami and Vic Voight

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