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9 Q’s with Glencoe’s Bryn Cook Presented by BancFirst Stillwater

VYPE: Who has been your favorite coach throughout your career and how did they impact you as a player?

Bryn Cook: My favorite coach would have to be my current one, coach Voth, because he has made us so much better from the beginning of the season. His competitive nature affects us all which I think benefits the team. 

VYPE: Did you have any teammates that you admire or that supported you?

BC: I have always admired my third baseman. Not only does she try to lighten the mood after a loss, but watching her help some of the younger girls with batting is something she is very good at, because they have come a long way with her help.

VYPE: Who was your favorite teacher and how were they influential in your life? 

BC: My favorite teacher would have to be my English teacher, Mrs. Eason, she has influenced my life by the way she teaches, because it is always fun, and we have the most off topic conversations after the lessons. 

VYPE: What preparation have you taken this off-season to better equip yourself for the upcoming season?

BC: During this off-season I worked out and practiced. As a pitcher I can say my right arm is way stronger than my left, so I may need to work out some more. 

VYPE: What has your sport taught you that you use in your daily life?

BC: My sport has taught me that hard work and working as a team can take you a long way.VYPE: What has been your favorite memory in your sport?

BC: I don’t think I could really pick a single memory. Playing in tournaments has always been my favorite thing. Getting to spend a whole weekend with my friends playing the sport I love will always be my favorite way to spend a weekend. 

VYPE: What do you hope to accomplish this season (individual or team goals)?

BC: This season my goal is to make sure my senior has a good season. Whether we win or lose if she can say she had an amazing last year. 

VYPE: What matchup are you most looking forward to this season?

BC: This season I’m really looking forward to playing Coyle. Playing Coyle is always fun with my teammates, because it brings out the competitive nature in everyone so it’s always a good game.

VYPE: What are your plans after high school?

BC: After high school I plan to continue to play softball in college.

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