Each week, the All American Conference will present a "Q & A" with one of its many gifted student-athletes from a participating AAC school. The athlete featured must excel in the classroom and shown that he/her has gone above and beyond on both the field of play and by volunteering in his/her community. This week's featured athlete is Frank Rappach from Howland Tigers.
Name: Frank Rappach
School: Howland High School
Sport/Position: Baseball, Shortstop and 3rd Base
What are your plans after graduation?
I would like to continue playing baseball while expanding my education.
What is your favorite class?
What do you enjoy most about playing this sport?
Being around all my friends and getting to play in the dirt.
What type of volunteer work are you involved in within your community? Why?
I am a member of NHS because I enjoy helping those in need.
What is the most memorable moment in your scholastic career?
Being accepted into National Honor Society.
What is your favorite sports related movie?
Who has the best nickname on the team and what is it?
Dylan Keller – Kelly. Kelly is a woman’s name and he has been mistaken as a woman multiple times due to his long hair.
Who is your role model? Why?
Lebron James. He is one of the greatest athletes ever, but he never gets in trouble and always gives back to the community.’
What cartoon character would you be? Why?
Jerry, from Tom and Jerry, because he is small but survives using his knowledge.
What is your favorite food?
Are you looking to continue your playing career in college?
What team do you most enthusiastically root for? (any sport)
A favorite quote that you live by?
It is during our darkest moments that we must focus to see the light.
The All-American Conference is an OHSAA-sanctioned league, created in 2008 as the result of the merger between the Trumbull Athletic Conference and the Metro Athletic Conference in Ohio. The league has 21 different member schools, with 17 sports offered throughout fall, winter and spring sports seasons.