Steven Brock, Dixie

Athlete of the Week: Steven Brock, Dixie

Name: Steven Brock

School: Dixie

Grade: Senior

Age: 18

Sports: Soccer, cross country, tennis

Claim to fame/honors: Team captain and MVP; sweeper played three years varsity; earned first-team All-Southwestern Buckeye League and All-Miami Valley West Division 3 honors;

Bet you didn’t know … my favorite animal is a penguin

Words you live by: Don’t compare yourself to others

Toughest opponent: Waynesville

Biggest influence: My coach, Mr. (Benji) Hughes,

Game-day rituals: Socializing on the bus; talk among my teammates to see how they’re doing

What’s on your bedroom walls: Philadelphia Eagles sign ; Buckeye flag; framed picture with me and my girlfriend

When I’m bored I like to … play video games

Favorite movie: Inception

Favorite book: The Poisonwood Bible

Favorite TV show: SportsCenter

Favorite musical artist: Imagine Dragons

I can’t live without: Pizza

I can live without: School

Event you’d like to attend: Professional soccer game

Favorite home-cooked meal: Chicken breast

Favorite restaurant: Buffalo Wild Wings

Favorite smell: Fresh laundry

Favorite cereal: Froot Loops

Store where you’d like a shopping spree: Wal-Mart

Vegetable you won’t eat: Asparagus

I’d love to trade places for a day with … Lionel Messi

Whose mind would you like to read? Albert Einstein

Place where you’d love to travel? California

Talent you’d like to have? Fly

Favorite school subject: Math

Favorite athlete: Carson Wentz

Favorite team: Ohio State Buckeyes

Favorite Olympic sport: Soccer

Something in the world I’d like to change: People’s greediness

Favorite sports moment: Eagles winning the Super Bowl

Favorite junk food: Oreos

Best thing about soccer: The bonding with your teammates

In 10 years, I hope to be … successful

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