Information compiled by Ryan Arnold
Lily Mattingly is a senior who has played Field Hockey all four years at Grandview
Did playing Field Hockey teach you any lessons that will remain with you for the years to come?
“Field hockey taught me about self discipline and working cohesively with a team.”
Being a senior, what’s your favorite memory of playing your last season as a highschool student?
“Definitely when I scored 2 out of the 3 goals in a game, or kidnapping the underclassmen.”
Do you put your milk in before or after you pour your cereal?
“After the cereal, anyone who doesn’t do it that way is a freak.”
In balancing school, work, life, and athletics, what’s the biggest piece of advice you could give to someone who struggles in managing their time between all these activities?
“Find a routine, a way to manage each thing comfortably.”
What’s your go-to song for your pre-game warmup?
What was the hardest moment, in any season, that you experienced when playing Field Hockey?
“Probably not making it to playoffs this year. Especially after we’d worked so hard and gotten so close.”
Do you believe in ghosts, and if so have you ever seen one?
“I’m a firm believer. Haven’t seen one yet though.”
If you could star in any christmas movie which one would it be and why?
“‘Love actually’ because I love a man with an accent.”