Kent Reporter Male Athlete of the Week: Lucas Windham

Windham challenges himself in practice and at competitions and has already qualified for districts

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The Kent Reporter’s male athlete of the week for the week of Dec. 13 is Kentwood High School junior Lucas Windham, swim and dive.

What is your favorite subject/class in school?

ConkTV – Kentwood’s TV Station & Media class.

Name your Mount Rushmore (Top 4) favorite movies:

Akira, Ponyo, Howl’s Moving Castle and Tron Legacy

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

My twin brother, Mitchell.

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

Strawberry dreams monster energy and blue raspberry rings.

Describe your pre-game ritual:

LOUD MUSIC! HYPE!!!!

Song you currently can’t stop listening to?

“Hypertrance / Exoplanet” by Nuphory featuring Luna Lenta

From the sidelines: This is Lucas’s 3rd year swimming for the Conks, and his first year as a team captain. Lucas works hard at practice and really challenges himself in competition. He leads by his example and work ethic. Already this season, at the halfway point, Lucas has already qualified for the District Championships in 4 of the 8 individual events (200 free, 200 individual medley, 100 butterfly, and 100 free) as well as a member of the 200 Medley Relay and 200 Free Relay. Lucas has the best attitude and even when he’s tired, he is always willing to take on one more swim to help the team.


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