Graduation 2017

Bear Creek High School graduate Haley Abeyta

Posted 5/18/17

Abeyta played varsity football, basketball, track and lacrosse and was involved in National History Day and in DECA. Abeyta will attend Central Washington University on an athletic scholarship to …

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Graduation 2017

Bear Creek High School graduate Haley Abeyta

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Abeyta played varsity football, basketball, track and lacrosse and was involved in National History Day and in DECA. Abeyta will attend Central Washington University on an athletic scholarship to play rugby.

What profession or career do you want to pursue? Why?

If I do not end up making the U.S. Olympic team for rugby and being able to travel around the world playing the sport, I want to be a part of the athletic field as far as being a sports trainer or a physical therapist. Sports have always been a part of my life, and I love helping people and going into the sports/medical field I will have the opportunity to do so.

What do you hope to accomplish in life?

I want to accomplish being an All American rugby player and making it on the U.S. Olympic team. I would love to give back to my family for everything that they have done and provided me throughout my life. In any way shape or form, I would love to make a difference in the world.

If I could do anything, it would be ...

Making a difference in the world and being able to give back to my family and also be able to represent my country in the Olympics. Anything to be successful.

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