Patch stopped by to talk to a few senior athletes about their careers as Cougars, and their plans moving forward.
Holly Lucke is a senior at Chesapeake and has spent four years on the varsity lacrosse team and three years on the varsity field hockey team. She also lettered in cross-country.
Pasadena Patch: What is your favorite memory from Chesapeake High School?
Holly Lucke: Probably the homecomings and the proms. Just hanging out with everyone before is fun; it’s a good experience.
Pasadena Patch: What are your plans for after high school?
Lucke: I am going to the University of Cincinnati to play lacrosse and major in psychology. Psychology was my favorite class in school and all the stuff you learn about is really interesting. It is also a good way to help people. I picked Cincinnati because I fell in love with the school. On my junior day visit, I was at the football game where they played the University of Pittsburgh and the Bearcat got arrested for throwing snowballs. It was fun.
Pasadena Patch: What are you most looking forward to in college?
Lucke: Just being able to play lacrosse again. So it’s not like high school is my last game ever.
Pasadena Patch: What was your favorite class that you took while at Chesapeake?
Lucke: Psychology. Ms. Bender’s class was a lot of fun and it is just really interesting. I also did really well in it.
Pasadena Patch: Who was your favorite teacher at Chesapeake?
Lucke: Ms. Bender. She’s always there for advice even if you weren’t in her class. She is always there to talk to.
Check back on Friday for another senior Cougar interview.