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Brooks Bailey, Hauser senior baseball player

Bailey had three doubles and four runs scored in the Jets’ 10-4 win against Milan. On Saturday, he went 3 for 4 with a triple in a 7-6 first-game win against Trinity Lutheran and 2 for 3 with a double and two RBIs in a 10-0 second-game victory.

His performance last week:

“My teammates have done a lot to help me be able do my job to help the team win.”

Do you do anything special to prepare?

“I do soft toss and take some cuts. I work at every swing like it’s going to be a game swing.”

Favorite drink:

“Sweet tea”

Favorite food:

“Chicken”

Favorite music group:

“Garth Brooks”

Favorite book:

“The Josh Hamilton biography”

Favorite class:

“History”

Role model:

“My dad (Eric Bailey).”

Best advice:

“To do everything the best you can to your full potential.”

Athletics goal:

“I hope to play baseball in college.”

If you could travel anywhere:

“I’d travel back to Texas because I used to live in Texas, and I really liked it there.”

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Emily Brady, Brown County senior track athlete

Brady broke the school’s 21-year-old long jump record with a leap of 16 feet, 6¼ inches and also won the pole vault and finished second in the 100-meter hurdles in a tri-meet at Bloomington South. She also won the pole vault and 100 hurdles and finished second in the long jump in a tri-meet win at Martinsville.

Her performance last week:

“I was definitely happy with my long jump performance because last year, I was going for the record all season. Coach Wrightsman has been helping me with the long jump. Hurdles was not as good as I thought I could do because I need to be three-stepping, and I was four-stepping.”

Do you do anything special to prepare?

“The night before, I usually have some sort of pasta dinner. I drink lots of water during the season, and I have a lot of mental preparation that whole day.”

Favorite drink:

“Vitamin water”

Favorite food:

“My mom’s homemade soup”

Favorite music group:

“Hunter Hayes”

Favorite book:

“The Harry Potter Series”

Favorite class:

“AP psychology”

Role model:

“Kylie Hutson”

Best advice:

“Hard work goes a really, really long way, and failure does not determine anything. Real strength is to be able to start over and do better than you did before.”

Athletics goal:

“In college, my goal is to be an All-American, but this year, it would definitely be to get to state in at least two events and to place in at least one.”

If you could travel anywhere:

“Spain, for a couple of reasons. I took Spanish for three years, and Spain is really cultural, and I would be able to broaden my culture around the world.”