Patch sat down with senior softball player Kim Federowicz after the Chesapeake–Northeast softball game to ask her a few questions about her involvement at CHS and her plans for the future.
Pasadena Patch: You have been on the varsity softball team for four years; what’s your favorite memory?
Kim Federowicz: I would probably say a game my sophomore year against Old Mill; we did really well as a team. The atmosphere during the game was really good and really exciting. There were a lot of people at the game and getting the win was a big deal.
Pasadena Patch: What other groups do you participate in at Chesapeake High School?
Federowicz: I used to play basketball, but now I play club softball all year round. I am in the National Honor Society, and the National Spanish Society. I also help out with the basketball team—I do the scoreboard. I really like it; sometimes people yell at me but I try not to worry about it. I just like watching the game and being involved.
Pasadena Patch: What are you plans for after graduation?
Federowicz: After high school, I am going to Lynchburg College. I am going to major in forensic accounting and I want to work for the FBI. My dad does accounting and I am good at math. I want to work at the FBI because I feel like it would be a lot of pressure, but fun. I think I would be able to do it.
Pasadena Patch: You do a lot of work with athletic director Chip Snyder; what is that like?
Federowicz: I am his secretary and that’s fun. I just help him out. I help get a lot of the fields in shape and I help with other sports. I like it because I get to know a majority of the other coaches and just get to do a lot of stuff.