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Athlete of the Month: Rami Chaar

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Athlete of the Month: Rami Chaar

Junior Rami Chaar gets in position to throw a volleyball in a warm up game.

Junior Rami Chaar gets in position to throw a volleyball in a warm up game.

Sam Torres

Junior Rami Chaar gets in position to throw a volleyball in a warm up game.

Sam Torres

Sam Torres

Junior Rami Chaar gets in position to throw a volleyball in a warm up game.

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Q: Why did you join volleyball?

A: I joined volleyball because I wanted to be more athletic and I also thought it would be a fun sport to play.

 

Q: What is your motivation for playing?

A: What motivates me to play is just the feeling I get when I better myself and become the best that I can be at something through hard work.

 

Q: What are your goals for this season?

A: My goal is to help my team as much as I can and have fun.

 

Q: How long do you plan on playing for?

A: I plan on playing for this whole season and if all goes well, tryout for next season to play in my senior year.

 

Q: What do you look forward to this upcoming season?

A: I look forward to improving and competing.

 

Q: How does it feel to be part of the team?

A: It feels good to be a part of the team, we are all counting on each other and we’re all responsible to put in the work and that feels good.

 

Q: Do you have any doubts about your performance?

A: I do have some doubts because I’ve never played volleyball before this year and I’m just a beginner so I feel like I might have some trouble growing and developing some skills.

 

Q: What is your biggest focus during practice?

A: My biggest focus is probably developing the skills, like basic skills and getting stronger.

 

Q: What do you think you can improve on for when you play?

A: I can improve on everything because I think you can always improve on anything no matter what. You can’t really get to be the best, you always can get better.

 

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