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Personal Story of overcoming adversity, including lessons learned and character gained through the experience...
"The most important thing I've learned through life and sports is; if you really want something it's up to you to go and get it. Having asthma and being out of shape made verything difficult for me when I first started off my high school track career. Being a freshman, my number one goal for high school was to either get runner up or win my events at the state meet. My freshman and sophomore year, I never put in the efort I should have during practice. When I ended up making it to state both years and not doing very well, I realzied the only way I'm going to reach those goals is to put in work. Instead of just sitting around all summber and witner, I decided to run and lift. As I entered my junior year I realized the practices were a lot easier for me and I have 110% every practice. I would even stay after practice or run on weekends. My junior year went great for me, I set personal records in both my 100m and 200m and I even placed 3rd and 6th at the state meet. Even though I didn't reach my goal my junior year, I learned that hard work really does pay off."
Express what you hope to do with an opportunity to be a scholarship-student-athlete. What you hope to give a team and accomplish in college as we'll as what you hope to do with your education and how that big step of completing a degree will lead toward your long term goals...
"Ever since I was little, I've always wanted to run track in college. There was nothing that made me happier than watching college track and field on T.V. and dreaming that one day I'd be on there. I would be so grateful if I had the opportunity to be a scholarship-student-athlete. One thing I've learned in high school is that, being on a team is absolutely amazing. It's almost like a second family. I hope to meet more people and graduate from college so I can go on helping people in life and maybe one day become a coach myself."
Coach Hudgens bio and insights on Cassidy McIntire...
"Cassidy is an exceptiong student-athlete full of intrinsic motivation to prepare and perform at her personal best. She contacted me at the end of her junior year during spring track season with a humble longing to develop composure at the starting line because she was experiencing inconsistency with coming out of the blocks. The mental aspect she grasped right way, by appling the serenity-prayer perspective at that start of the race and simply giving attention and focus on the things she can control such as loading her heels into the block-pedals to engage in her drive phase. Throughout the 2015 summer I got to experience her work-ethic which transcends college-ready dedication and discipline. Her coachability and desire to reach her potential expresses a great capacity in developing mechanically as well as physically. As a coach she challenges me to plan ahead and mindfully prepare for the next step in perfecting each step in her sprint. I'm humbled and grateful for the opportunity to be a part of Cassidy's journey and excited for her bright future."
Cassidy McIntire - Chelsea High School Sprinter - Class of 2016
100m - 12.42 @ 2015 USATF JO OK Association Championship Finals
100m - 12.44 @ 2015 USATF JO OK Association Championship Prelims
100m - 12.47 @ 2015 Dewey Invitational - Dewey High School, Dewey, OK
100m - 12.48 @ 2015 Catoosa 3A and Below - Catoosa High School, Catoosa, OK
200m - 26.01 @ 2015 USATF JO OK Association Championship Final
200m - 26.03 @ 2015 State Games of America - Lincoln, NB
200m - 26.18 @ 2015 OSSAA 3A Oklahoma State Championships - Moore, OK
200m - 26.35 @ 2015 USATF Hershey's Youth Outdoor National Championships - Lisle, IL
Sports Participated in and Honors Received:
TRACK: 8 years
Chelsea High School 100m Record Holder
2013 Chelsea High School Sprinter of The Year
2013 OSSAA 3A Oklahoma State Championships All-State Honors - 100m 8th Place
2014 Chelsea High School Sprinter of The Year
2015 Chelsea High School Track Outstanding Performer
2015 OSSAA 3A Oklahoma State Championships All-State Honors - 100m 3rd Place
2015 OSSAA 3A Oklahoma State Championships All-State Honors - 200m 6th Place
2015 USATF Junior Olympics Oklahoma Association Champion - 100m
2015 USATF Junior Olympics Oklahoma Association Champion Runner-Up - 200m
2015 USATF Hershe'ys Youth Outdoor National Championships 9th Place - 100m
2015 USATF Hershey's Youth Outdoor National Championships 12th Place - 200m
2015 State Games of America Girls 17-18 Division Champion - 100m Dash 12.52
2015 State Games of America Girls 17-18 Division Champion - 200m Dash 26.03