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Max Schneidt, Outstanding Athlete

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Max Schneidt likes to play basketball with his friends at the outdoor rec courts

Max Schneidt, 7th grade, is an outstanding athlete who plays multiple sports such as basketball, baseball, and soccer. He has been playing sports for most of his life. With all this experience, no wonder he’s so good.

Max has played basketball for the longest amount of time, and he says it’s his favorite. He says the most points he has scored in basketball is 24 and the average is 40 team points per game, so this means he scored over half the points in that game. Max is an outstanding player and also enjoys playing basketball with his friends outside of his team. He plays for The Gulf Coast Buccaneers which is a travel team.

Max also plays soccer and has played that sport for 8 years. The most he’s scored in soccer is 8 goals in one game. The average goals per team for soccer is three. This means he almost tripled the average points per game in one game. This shows his amazing skill in soccer and ability to have a high scoring game. He also plays for the Bayside Dynamo travel soccer team.

In addition to those two sports, Max also plays baseball for the rec league teams. He’s an outstanding player and has played for 8 years. Baseball isn’t his favorite sport but he still works hard and excels in this sport as well.

Max enjoys going to parks and playing basketball and soccer with his friends. Max plays with a lot of different people on his teams and has gained several friends from it. By bonding with teammates, no wonder his teams use their charisma and skill to win games. Some people are naturally talented in sports, but Max had to work hard for his sports skills. Some of the greatest professional sports players have said they had to work hard to get where they are just like Max does. Even though Max is a great player, his reason for this dedication is simple. He says, “I like playing them because they are fun for me.”

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