Catching Up with CHS Softball Senior Kim Federowicz

The senior plays third base for the Cougars and runs the clock at Chesapeake basketball games.

Patch sat down with senior softball player Kim Federowicz after the 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 ?
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?
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?
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.


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