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Senior Spotlight: Rachell Resnik

posted May 1, 2014, 3:37 AM by Unknown user   [ updated May 12, 2014, 8:34 AM by Unknown user ]

Michelle Flanagan

        Rachell Resnik is one of the many seniors at VB who is gearing up to leave for college after 13 years in this town. Until then, she’s enjoying her final year on the track team after a successful season of cross country, which she was a varsity member of for four years. Resnik is a school record holder in various events, such as the 800m run, the 4X800m relay, and girls’ cross country. She also went to state her junior year in the 4X800m relay and the 800m run, and was a regional qualifier for 
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ee times. She intends to further her running career at Ohio Wesleyan where she will run track and cross country. She also acts as the National Honors Society secretary, has attended Buckeye Girls State, participated in Hancock Youth Leadership, and was involved in basketball and choir for two years. During college, Resnik is planning to major in accounting and pre-law.

What is the hardest part of senior year? Fighting the procrastination!

What advice would you give to a room full of people? I would tell them to be themselves no matter what.

What parts of college are you most excited and most scared for? I’m excited for new people and new experiences; just to be in a new place. I’m scared for college cross country and track because it’s going to be intense.

What do you think about when you’re running? I try not to think about the pain, but I always think about how much I’m hurting or how hungry I am.