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Senior Spotlight — Becca Herrmann

Published: Wednesday, Feb. 12, 2014 11:00 a.m. CST

Name: Becca Herrmann.

Nickname: Beck.

School: Hall High School.

Date/place of birth: July 25, 1996, Spring Valley.

Hometown: Spring Valley.

Family: Parents: Pat and Charlotte; sisters: Ellie, Anna, Kerri.

Sports: Cross country, basketball, softball.

Favorite sport and why: Basketball, because it’s such a quick game and gives such a rush of adrenaline.

Likes:  Sports, Oreos, my friends and family, summer, superfanning, traveling.

Dislikes: Winter, polar vortexes, orange juice, closed-mindedness.

Favorite food and where to get it: Tomato basil gnocchi from Verucchi’s. They are not on the menu but you have to try them!

Person with the greatest influence on my athletic career(and why): This is hard but probably coach Earley because she’s been with me all four years and taught me a lot about basketball and just life in general.

Person with the greatest influence in my life (and why): Probably my dad because he made things happen for himself and has accomplished a lot.

If stranded on a deserted island, I would have my: swimsuit, sunscreen, sunglasses, a beach ball, and unlimited supply of water so I could stay forever.

Last song I listened to: The Guap — by Big Sean.

People would be surprised to know: Our family is huge Packer fans. The first letters of each of my family members names spell out “Packer.” (Pat, Anna, Charlotte, Kerri, Ellie, Rebecca).

I stay home to watch: Friends.

When I need luck for a big game, I: always put my right sock on before my left and sit in the same spot on the “senior couch.”

The funniest person I’ve ever met (and why):  Any of my sisters or uncles/aunts, because I can be fuming mad and they can put a smile on my face.

What they’ll say about me at school after I graduate: “Remember that girl that was always screaming her head off at games and talking to us even though we won’t wanna talk. She was crazy.”

Most embarrassing moment: Oh boy, I have too many to count let alone remember all of them.

Most unforgettable moment: Beating St. Bede in regionals my sophomore year and seeing how happy the seniors were when we won the regional championship.

Ultimate sports fantasy: To tackle Eddie Lacy even though I would be pummeled.

What I would like to do in life: Major in secondary education and eventually administration. I’d like to be an athletic director.

Three words that best describe myself: Fun-loving, energetic, weird.

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