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Ketchum’s Sydney Harding Athlete Spotlight Presented by Goodfella’s Pizzeria

Sydney Harding

Ketchum High School

In every season of competition there are positives and negatives every team will come away with once the season comes to an end. It’s the teams that focus on the positives and learn from the negatives, that get better and return for another run next year. Ketchum High School’s slow-pitch team may not be having the season they hoped, but they are focusing on the positives and working to improve with every game. 

Ketchum High School junior Sydney Harding said the team’s chemistry is good and they are growing as a group. 

“We all can rely on each other and pick each other up when we’re down. We started off the season with twelve players Ibelieve, but it’s grown to over twenty. Although most of the girls who joined have never played, they’ve learned so much and are making a lot of progress. I think we will have an amazing team in the future as this has been a constructive year for our team,” said Harding. 

A softball player since the first grade, Harding said being part of the larger Ketchum family makes the hard work worth it. 

“I love being a student-athlete at Ketchum High School because it is such a tight knit community and we’re all like family,” said Harding. 

Also a member of the student council, and National Honor Society, Harding points to her teammates and memories they are making together. 

“Avery Vaughn always amazes me! Grace Braden always has everyone crying laughing before games in the locker room. My favorite memory is having batting practice with my teammate Lily Bogle pitching to me. It was extremely windy, and a gust of wind blew the net and her over and she couldn’t get out from under the net,” said Harding. Harding would like to pursue a career in Florida running charter yachts once she graduates from high school. 

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