Chase Hall

Chase Hall is a senior baseball player.

Chase Hall

Sport: Baseball

Parents: Heath & Angela Hall

What are your plans after high school?: I plan to play baseball at DelTech Community College.

What is your favorite memory from high school: Beating Milford my sophomore year to stay in the playoff hunt.

What is your parting message to your teammates: I love my teammates. I hope they keep on working hard to get this program back in the playoffs.

Avery Congleton

Avery Congleton is a senior girls' soccer player.

Avery Congleton

Sport: Girls’ Soccer

Parents: Christopher Congleton

What are your plans after high school?: I plan on attending Mount Olive College in North Carolina to play field hockey and further my academic career.

What is your favorite memory from high school: Making it to the playoffs every year.

What is your parting message to your teammates: I wish I had the chance to play a full season with you all again. The past years were full of fun and memories. I know ya’ll will do amazing next year.

Alyssa Hudson

Alyssa Hudson, right, is a senior girls' soccer manager and Unified Track athlete.

Alyssa Hudson

Sport: Girls’ Soccer

Parents: Jeff & Jessica Hudson

What are your plans after high school?: I will attend DelTech in Georgetown and become a paraprofessional.

What is your favorite memory from high school: I just love being part of the team! The players and Mr. Kilby always include me, and I enjoy being at the games and cheering everyone on. I’m very disappointed that Unified Track has not been able to start. So far, I really had fun at practice, and Mr. Hahn was great! I also want to thank Mr. Fuhrmann for his hard work and making sure I was included.

What is your parting message to your teammates: Stay positive and be proud of yourself! Even though the season hasn’t gone the way we wanted, you are all winners. Don’t give up, hopefully we’ll be on the field soon!

Aidee Landa

Seniors Lizeht Patraca Espejo, left, and Aidee Landa, right, ready for soccer play during their sophomore year.

Aidee Landa

Sport: Girls’ soccer

Parents: Maria D. & Jesus O. Landa

What are your plans after high school?: I plan on studying to become the very best teacher I can be. I want to be able to change lives and influence young minds, just like some of my teachers have done.

What is your favorite memory from high school: The times we spent in the locker room were some of the best! The energy we had then was always expressed on the field when we played. Even though we lost basically every game our 10th-grade year, we played with passion and excitement every time.

What is your parting message to your teammates: To me, soccer is about the good times, and the adrenaline I get when I’m on the field. I tore my ACL in my left knee last year and couldn’t play, but this year I was looking forward to playing again. In my unpopular opinion, the wins were superficial. It feels good, but it’s not the most important part. It’s the bonds that we form that shape our character and who we are, and I’ve got to say the J.V. team has taught me to smile regardless of the losses, because at the end of the day I had fun. Thank you for all the great seasons IR.

Staff Reporter

Jason has been in journalism for 20 years. He moved to Coastal Delaware in August 2017 with his wife, Jessica, and their daughters, Kylie, 17, and Grace, 12. He has a passion for high-school sports and especially values the relationships that builds.