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Q & A with Bartlesville’s Karmandy Marsheck Presented by Tulsa Bone & Joint Sports Medicine

Karmandy Marsheck

Bartlesville High School

VYPE: Karmandy, how long have you played softball and what grade are you in at Bartlesville? 

Marsheck: I have played softball for eight years and I am currently a freshman. 

VYPE: What’s been the most fun you’ve had while on the team? 

Marsheck: The most fun I’ve had was when a game got rained out and we played in the rain.

VYPE: What makes being on this team special for you? 

Marsheck: What makes it special is having friends on the team. 

VYPE: How would you describe your teammates? 

Marsheck: They are caring and funny. 

VYPE: What teammates has impressed you the most or who do you look up to? 

Marsheck: I would say Allie Scullawl. 

VYPE: How is the team doing so far this season? 

Marsheck: We are doing good. We can currently host a regional, so we are doing pretty good. 

VYPE: Are you involved in any other activities at school? 

Marsheck: Yes, I am in the band. 

VYPE: What would you like to do after you graduate from BHS? 

Marsheck: After I graduate, I would like to go to college and become a teacher. 

VYPE: What can we find you doing when you’re not playing softball. 

Marsheck: You can find me relaxing. 

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