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AAC Student-Athlete Spotlight of the Week Q/A: Bailey Drapola-Brookfield Warriors

By All-American Conference, 01/06/19, 11:30AM EST

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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 student athlete player is  Bailey Drapola from Brookfield Warriors.

Name: Bailey Drapola
School: Brookfield High School
Sport/Position: Basketball/Point Guard
Class: 2019
GPA: 3.82

What are your plans after graduation?
Attend the University of Akron to play softball

What is your favorite class?
Science

What do you enjoy most about playing this sport?
Competition and intensity

What type of volunteer work are you involved in within your community?
Church work and food drives

Why is the most memorable moment in your scholastic career?
Being chose student of the month in pre-calculus.

What is your favorite sports related movie?
Coach Carter

Do you have any pre-game/match/meet rituals?
Prayer-Romans 11:36

Who is your role model?
LeBron James

What cartoon character would you be?
Betty Boop

What is your favorite food?
Spaghetti

What song best describes you or is the sound track to your life?
Lose Yourself-Eminem

Are you looking to continue your playing career in college?
Softball

Do you have a field of study already chosen when you go to college? Why that field?
Nursing-love taking care of others

What team do you most enthusiastically root for? (any sport)
Chicago Bears

A favorite quote that you live by?
What would happen if you stopped asking “God, why am I going through this?” and started asking “God, what are you preparing me for!”


All-American Conference

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.