Track and Field
Favorite music group? Maroon5. Mmmm... Adam Levine.
Favorite actor or actress? Matthew Mcconaughey. I like that he does a wide variety of movies plus he's rather attractive.
Favorite restaurant? Olive Garden.
What do you drive? A 2007 black jeep commander.
Do you have any pets? I have two dogs, Loki and Phoebe and a cat, Lulu.
Last book you read? World War Z.
Favorite memory in your sport, and why? Winning state in the 300 m LH last year. It was the best feeling in the world.
What do you like about your sport? I love that it's an individual sport. All the success that comes depends on how hard you are willing to work. Another reason is the times don't lie, no one can pad their stats in this sport.
What sport would you like to coach, and why? Track, because it's the one I'm most passionate about.
What number do you wear, and why? 23, because the number speaks for itself .
What is your pregame routine? I take a walk by myself on the track and get focused. Then I do the usual running drills and stretching. Before I run, I go and talk to my family. They always know what to say to get me pumped.
Which college would you like to attend, and why? West Virginia Wesleyan. Not only is it a great school, but the people are amazing. It's nice to be in a positive, friendly atmosphere.
What would you like to major in, and why? Chemistry because I plan on continuing my education in the medical field.
What is something people might not know about you? When I was in 2nd grade, I got picked with my sisters to go on stage at a Bon Jovi concert.
Who is the toughest team or individual in your sport you've played against in your career, and why? Teddi Maslowski. She started off as my biggest rival, and became not only a good friend, but a mentor.
CREDENTIALS: Cassidy won the regional title in the 200 meter dash and remained undefeated in the 300 meter low hurdles last weekend. She also qualified for the state meet in the 100 meter dash, finishing second.