Athletes in the Crowd

A look into the lives, motivations, and future plans of three star athletes By Jillian Chesney Eva Gaetino is a freshman at DHS. She plays soccer for the Michigan Hawks. Gaetino loves soccer because it’s her outlet from all the craziness going on in her life. She feels that her teammates are the “best people ever.” Her motivation comes from the goal of playing on the full national team (USWNT). This goal pushes her to play and work harder each day. Her coach and teammates also motivate her by continuing…

Athletes in the Crowd

A look at a few athletes trying to bounce back from injury for the coming school year By Jillian Chesney and Mitchell Sterlitz Stephen Sterlitz: As one of the three captains of the boys water polo team, senior Stephen Sterlitz is “very optimistic about our team this year and I’m excited to be able to play with a great group of guys for my final year as a Dreadnaught.” Sterlitz is a diehard water polo player and has a true passion for the sport, a trait that helped the team…

Athletes in the Crowd

An inside look into a few of the varsity athletes playing their sport this winter By Caden Koenig Tony Seidl Starting possibly his last season of basketball that could end a career that started way back in second grade, senior Tony Seidl expects to be a leader on the boys varsity basketball team. “I’d like to impact my team by being a leader, being loud, and talking during the games,” Seidl said. “I am most excited for Chelsea week because it will be two good teams, and the rivalry makes…

Athletes in the Crowd

A look back at some memorable fall athletes along with a pair of winter athletes to keep an eye on. By Jed Howell Travon Reid, Football  Fan favorite and four-year Dexter football veteran, Travon Reid touched the field for the last time this fall. His cardboard cutout will no longer fly over the student section on Friday nights. Reid was a two-year starter on varsity both his junior and senior year, and he contributed to the team as an offensive and defensive lineman. Reid described his final game as “relieving”…