Q&A With Varsity Baseball Player Camden Melvin

Morgan Jones | Reporter


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Q: Why did you start playing baseball?

A: When I was young, I started playing everything I could to see if I would like it. It looked fun, and now it’s my favorite sport.

Q: What’s your favorite song to listen to on gameday?

A: Probably what I listen to when we have a game is my walkup song, “Don’t Come Out The House” [by Metro Boomin and 21 Savage].

Q: What are your personal goals for this season?

A: I’d like to win all county and conference honors, and win a Sectional title. Going to Regionals would be awesome, too.

Q: If you could play any other sport besides baseball, what would it be and why?

A: I’d try out football to see how it is. Baseball is a contact sport, and so is football- so I’d pick football.

Q: How was your recent team trip to Louisville, KY?

A: It was fun. We played some good competition, the Louisville Trinity, but we didn’t do so well the first two games. We came back on the third with a win, though. It was a really good team bonding activity.

Q: Who on your team would be the most likely to do something stupid on a dare?

A: Either Eric Ayler or Lucas Carillo, for sure.

Q: What is your favorite memory so far from this season?

A: Probably sweeping Brownsburg. We got a good win over there, even while playing in the rain. That’s my favorite memory.

Q: Who on your team is the most likely to score a game-winning homerun?

A: I’d say Henry Hesson. He’s got good power, and he can hit it out there. I’d trust him to hit one out.

Photos by Morgan Jones

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