Q: It was another wonderful season at LCA. It didn’t end the way you wanted to, but what was the run like?
Q: Let’s talk about the season. Did it live up to your expectations?
Q: You ran the fastest 400 hurdles time in the nation this spring. Did you begin the season with that as a goal?
Q: Did you know, even when you were in elementary school when you started playing, that you wanted to play lacrosse for a while?
Recent Jefferson Forest graduate Morgan Learn is The News & Advance's All-Area girls lacrosse player of the year for the third consecutive year.
Q: You’ve had a ton of accomplishments and throughout your career, but is there one that stands out to you?
Q: How did you embrace your role of a goal scorer this season?
Q: Do you remember when tennis became your focus?
Q: You posted some spectacular results as a freshman: 13-1 regular-season record, Seminole District singles champion and Region 4D singles run…
Q: So let’s talk about the season. Did it live up to your expectations?
Q: Now that you’ve had a little while to process it, what will you remember most about this season?
Q: Tell me about the season. Did it live up to your expectations?
Q: I heard that when you were a kid you used to play softball, and your nickname was Lightning Feet. So when did you figure out that you were …
Q: You tried something different this year, deciding you were going to swim against the best swimmers in their specialty. How’d you come up wi…
Q: How much did last season’s runner-up finish in the state championships motivate you this season, especially moving up in weight class from …
In a recent interview, Anya Kamenetz discussed her book and her belief that there's value to be found in the opiate of the masses. Here is an edited excerpt.
Defender of the Year