Wildcats News · Softball Insight with Sophomore Cydney


Sophomore, Cydney Drousias, has been playing softball since she was 6 years old. She had the opportunity of playing varsity softball taken away from her last year due to covid. Despite this, she was still able to gain advice from all of her fellow upperclassmen. She learned a valuable lesson that most players don’t have to face until their senior year; play every game like it’s your last. We had the chance to interview Drousias and see how Covid has impacted her previous season, and what her plans for this season is. Drousias is ready to hit the field as a new addition to our varsity team, here’s what she had to say.

 

Q: What is it like being on the Varsity Softball Team?

A: Being on the softball team is a lot of fun. I am extremely grateful for the playing opportunities I am given, and I want to help the team out as much as I can. 

Q: Do you look up to any of the seniors?

A: I look up to all the seniors on the team, however, there are some specifically that have taken me under their wing and help me out whenever I need it. 

Q: What is some good advice the seniors on your team have given you? 

A: Some good advice that the seniors have given to me is to relax when I play, be vocal and communicate well, and to always count during stretches. 

Q: What has playing with upperclassmen taught you? 

A: Playing with upperclassmen has taught me to give 110% effort into every practice and game, and to value the time I have on the field because you never know when it can be taken away. 

Q: What do you think about teamwork?

A: Teamwork plays a big role in having success as a team. Softball is a team sport so you have to work together to play well and compete as a team. 

Q: What is your position on the field?

A: I play catcher and third base. 

Q: Do you have any hobbies outside of softball? 

A: Outside of softball I enjoy hanging out with friends, and going to the gym. 

Q: What made you start playing softball?
A: My parents signed me up for Tee ball when I was little, and I’ve loved playing ever since. 

Q: How do you hope to finish the season? 

A: I hope to finish the season with improvement from the start of the season to the end.