SENIOR SPOTLIGHT: Softball’s Leah Snelgrove

Leah Snelgrove is one of our Reagan softball seniors.  As a Three-Year Varsity Letterman, she has been an integral part of our roster at second base.  Leah shines on and off the field as she has been awarded Academic All-District for the last two years, is a proud member of the National Honor Society, and will be graduating Summa Cum Laude.

Coach Cupp commented: “Leah’s freshman year she had a senior sister on the softball team.  Leah was definitely the little sister.  Seeing Leah’s skill and confidence grow over four years has been such a joy.  As a senior, she has been encouraging and vocal and earned the loving nickname Mom.  In her words of wisdom she says to never let a senior carry equipment – yet she would never watch it lie on the ground or be unorganized.  Thank you Leah for your four years of commitment to Reagan Softball!”

Leah will be attending Texas A&M University in the fall and plans to major in kinesiology.  We are so proud of you Leah and celebrate you and all of your hard work and dedication!  We will miss you on the field next year, but we are so excited for you and all the brightness your future holds!  Just keep swimming Leah!

Q:  Favorite food?
A:  Sushi or Tacos

Q:  Favorite book, movie, and TV show?
A:  Twilight, The Greatest Showman, Friends

Q:  Favorite movie quote?
A: “Just keep swimming.” – Dory in Finding Nemo

Q: Favorite superhero?
A:  Captain America

Q: Favorite Reagan Softball memory?
A: When there was a possum on the bus…

Q: When not playing softball, what is your favorite thing to do?
A:  Have family in town.

Q:  Favorite role model and why?
A:  Jesus is my role model, because I strive to live and love like Him.

Q:  If you could go anywhere in the world, where would you go?
A:  Greece

Q:  Wisdom/words of advice you would share with younger students?
A:  Never make the seniors carry equipment! They worked as underclassmen to earn that right.

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Photo courtesy of Joe Calomeni,