My name is Keely, and I am happy to say that I made the right decision by transferring to Martin Collegiate for my senior year. Before this year, I lived in Lumsden where I attended high school from Grades 9 to 11. I now live in Regina with my grandparents so I can attend school. Due to being an only child, I have always been extremely busy with sports and many other activities which allow me to be the happy teenager I am.
Softball is my real passion. Starting at the age of six, I advanced from “Learn to Play” into “Squirt” a season early because the coach recognized my ability and said I was capable of moving up. I began as a second baseman but soon moved to catcher and that is the position I fell in love with. Even though it’s my primary position, I can be considered a utility player. With the exception of pitching, I have the ability of playing wherever I am needed and at any time. While at Martin Collegiate, I benefited from daily work with my coach, Ms. Thull. With my upcoming season around the corner, I hope to properly execute the skills I have learned to help my team, Regina Kaos, win the league championship.