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RECAP: Jesuit Media hosts women’s varsity soccer media day

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Dan Falkner
Jesuit Media held its first Media Day for the women’s varsity soccer team this past Tuesday after school. The afternoon included photography, video, and interviews.

On Tuesday, September 12th, varsity women’s soccer had a Media Day organized by Jesuit Media.

This was the first time varsity women’s soccer had a Media Day. Senior Hudson Rommel served as the photographer, senior Soleil Scott was the videographer, and senior Kayla Chan interviewed each player and asked them similar questions. All of the participants were excited. The team had photos and videos taken of them.

“My favorite part of media day is probably the photos and seeing everyone take their photos is super fun,” junior Taylor Rusina-Luzietti said.

Each athlete posed for multiple shots and encouraged each other during the shoot. They had a fun time watching the others get their photos and videos taken.

To encourage each other to succeed in a “scream” pose, they all joined in.

“It’s been really fun listening to everyone do the scream,” junior Evelyn Guilfoyle said.

So far, their season has gone well, having won all five of the games they’ve played. The team is tight-knit and have pre-game rituals they love partaking in together.

“I love our team culture. Our team is so bonded, and I love everyone,” sophomore Maeve Thomas said .

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Ashley Heger, Staff Writer
Ashley Heger is a sophomore at Jesuit. She’s been described as kind, hardworking, and diligent. She’s interested in sports broadcasting and was a part of JCTV last year and is looking forward to continuing it this year. Her brother, Jacob, has inspired her to be involved in Jesuit Media, as he was when he attended Jesuit. Ashley is excited to learn more about filming and editing videos. She prefers to be behind the scenes but wants to grow this year and take on some on screen roles, such as interviewing and announcing. Growing up, she played soccer and basketball but now she is more interested in running, playing tennis for fun, and watching sports. Ashley especially loves watching football with her family and is an avid supporter of the Kansas City Chiefs, being she was born in Kansas City. She misses the snow, sledding, and delicious barbecue, but is glad to get away from the humidity. She enjoys hanging out with friends, reading, baking, and traveling. Ashley loves going to Hawaii and to the Midwest, where most of her family lives. She loves to spend her time hiking in nature and at the Oregon Coast.