By: Annie Bonner/ Content Editor
“Losing feels worse than winning feels good.”Vin Scully
If you’ve been at a soccer, basketball, volleyball, or baseball game, you’ve definitely seen Kaleb Folk showing off his skills.
Since freshman year, Kaleb has participated in countless activities. These include student council, Leo club, and this year he is the vice president of the National Honor Society.
In basketball, Kaleb earned first team all star his senior year, and he earned second team all star in soccer his sophomore year.
Kaleb has many things to be proud of. His freshman year he went to districts in baseball, his senior year he was elected to be the vice president of National Honor Society, and he also was selected to play in the all star basketball his senior year.
Some of Folk’s most cherished memories include going on the Gettysburg trip with teachers Greg Bitner and Mitchell Less during his sophomore and junior years, working elementary school field days, and participating in the roadside cleanups with NHS.
Kaleb’s advice to underclassmen is to “study, because if you don’t you’ll end up regretting it.”
After high school, Kaleb is attending the University of Scranton to major in political science. He hopes to become a news anchor or run for state office.
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Annie Bonner is a senior this year and is first year journalism student. She participates in basketball, track & field, National Honor Society, and Leo Club.