Kent-Reporter Female Athlete of the Week: Angie Depano

Depano has a firey spirit and demonstrates tenacity at meets.

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The Kent Reporter’s female athlete of the week for the week of Mar. 15 is Kent-Meridian High School junior Angie Depano, judo.

What is your favorite subject/class in school?

I love history with Mr. Christiansen

Name your Mount Rushmore (Top 4) favorite movies:

Avatar, La La Land, Kung Fu Panda, Hunger Games

Who is the person in your life that has helped you succeed the most?

My best friends are the people who have helped me the most. They are always there to hear my goals and dreams.

You’re on a long road trip, you stop at a gas station. You get one drink and one snack. What are you choosing?

Arizona Green Tea and a taquito

Describe your pre-game ritual:

I pray for me and my team and then listen to Knock you Down by Keri Hilson

Song you currently can’t stop listening to?

Knock you Down or Pretty Girl by Keri Hilson

From the sidelines: Angie is a fiery spirit who always gives her best effort. She trains hard and demonstrates grit and tenacity at our meets. She is always cheering for her peers to do their best whether it is her own opponents or the other team. Angie is an outstanding judo athlete


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