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Senior Standout: Morgan VanDyke

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It's not often you see a girl practicing with the boys. But at Conrad high school during tennis practice, Morgan VanDyke does just that. And has their respect too.

"She gives everything she can, she always puts in extra time trying to hit with us after practice. or she'll be in at lunch shooting for basketball. She's just really into sports and into to everything she's involved in," said Tyler Padilla, Conrad senior.

Morgan may practice with the boys but she has a soft side to her as well.

"She's funny, easy to get along with and jokes around a lot," said Padilla.

"She's just an all around fun loving, sweet person. She's definitely someone you want to be best friends with - she's a very good girl," said Jessica Jensen, assistant tennis coach.

Who's had a solid high school career and has enjoyed her time as a Cowgirl.

"It's been an amazing experience. Getting to know the team and the community - it's just been a great opportunity and I have a lot of memories," said Morgan VanDyke, Conrad senior.

Morgan will take advantage of another great opportunity and look to add to her memory bank as she moves on to college.

"I'm going to attend MSU and I'm going to get a major in exercise science and pursue physical therapy," said VanDyke.

Morgan's vision is clear. And she's clearly a special kind of girl.

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