STRONGSVILLE, Ohio - Second baseman senior Hannah Evola of Strongsville High School has been playing softball for a very long time; she started when she was a very young child. Now she has been playing for the Mustangs for four years and she always give one hundred percent on the field.
"She's one of those quite leaders she takes it upon herself to take care of business. She really goes out on the field and works hard one hundred one hundred ten percent and gives everything she can. Whether it's in school or on the softball field she's working her hardest," said head softball coach Megan Bricker.
Softball is not the only thing that keeps Hannah busy. She has been in the marching band for four years, the symphonic band for two years, yearbook committee and a D.A.R.E. role model. She's does all of that and still maintains a 3.9 grade point average. And she has not missed a day of school since kindergarten.
"I like to be a leader and also l I'm very active in the school I feel that's a good thing just to get out there and be a good role model," said Hannah.
Hannah Evola of Strongsville High School is the McDonald's student athlete of the week.