Patch stopped by to talk to a few senior athletes about their careers as Cougars, and their plans moving forward.
Jason Crane is a senior at Chesapeake and has spent four years on the varsity lacrosse and indoor track teams.
Pasadena Patch: What is your favorite memory from Chesapeake High School?
Jason Crane: In my junior year we beat Severna Park in the last few seconds of the game, and it was really exciting. It was a good family and team moment. That’s probably my favorite memory.
Pasadena Patch: What are your plans for after high school?
Crane: I am going to Loyola University to play lacrosse and major in business. I picked Loyola because it was close—I have always liked it there. I had friends go there in the past and play lacrosse. The coaching staff is really good in the whole recruiting process.
Pasadena Patch: What are you most looking forward to in college?
Crane: Just the responsibility aspect. I am ready to take things on my own and handle things the best I can.
Pasadena Patch: What was your favorite class that you took while at CHS?
Crane: Sports medicine with Coach King because we have very similar personalities, and I think we just see eye-to-eye. And it is a subject I really like.
Pasadena Patch: Who was your favorite teacher at Chesapeake?
Crane: Coach King. We get along well.
Check back on Monday for another senior Cougar interview.