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Q&A with Ellensburg HS multi-sport athlete Sean Davis

Q&A with Ellensburg HS multi-sport athlete Sean Davis
Courtesy: Davis family

ELLENSBURG, Wash. — A Q&A with Sean Davis who is a member of the Ellensburg High School football, wrestling and track teams.

Name: Sean Davis

Age: 17 years old

Years in sports: 13 years in Wrestling, ten years in football, and six years in Track.

What are your personal goals within your sports/athletic dreams?

Sean Davis: My goal for football is to finish off my senior year strong and keep a strong team aspect.

What is the biggest challenge in your sport, and what do you do to manage this challenge?

Davis: My biggest challenge in football has been injuries. It’s just part of the sport, but you have to keep in shape to the best of your ability, and the moment you are good, you have to hit the ground running.

What was the best advice you were ever given?

Davis: The best advice I was given was “Forget about it,” which helps me whenever I make a mistake. I think to myself, “Forget about it,” and it helps me to focus more on the task at hand and not the previous mistake.

What do you love about your sport?

Davis: I love the team aspect of football, where everyone has to do their part and work as a team—also being able to be on the field with your buddies. I have played with most of this team for ten years, and it feels like a family out there.

Do you have a pregame ritual you follow?

Davis: I have a simple ritual, but I usually wear headphones and get into the right mindset.

What do you like to do outside of your sport?

Davis: Outside of my sport, I am very involved in school and try to attend just about every extracurricular activity. I also love fishing and spending time with my buddies.

What has being a member of a team-taught you?

Davis: Being a member of my team has taught me that when your friends are down, it’s your job to pick them up and help them out. also, that we must work together to accomplish our goals.

What is the best advice you received from a coach or mentor?

Davis: My best advice from a mentor was, “Play your best game and have fun,” which means enjoy the game and play hard.

Describe a mistake you made while competing and how you overcame it.

Davis: One time I made the mistake of committing too hard on a reverse, but my teammates had my back and still made the tackle.

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