Junior Varsity Softball, Varsity Softball · Senior spotlight on Abigail Kretschmer, softball player

Mountain View High School celebrates Abigail Kretschmer, a senior, and Varsity Softball player. Below is the information that would have been shared as a part of a final home match and senior recognition activity.

Parents: Cara and Anthony Kretschmer

Plans after high school: Go to Snow then UVU and get my Nursings in Neonatal 

Favorite Quote: “Never let the fear of striking out keep you from playing the game.” –Babe Ruth

A lesson you’ve learned from your sport: People Matter Most

Who is your hero and why?: My heroes are everyone who has taken the time to help me succeed. My softball and basketball coaches, my parents, and my teachers.

Favorite college/professional team and/or player from your sport: The UCLA softball team is incredible 

Funny or best moment from your sport: When we won the last game of the season for senior night my Jr. year 

Message for future participants of your sport: Give everything you have, trust your coaches, and remember it’s all for fun.

How many years have you participated in sports: I’ve played softball for 10 years and Basketball for 5ish

How many years have you done the sport at MVHS: All 4 years

How many years have you earned a varsity letter in this sport: 3 years

What other sports activities do you do at MVHS: I also played Basketball!

Favorite teacher at MVHS and why: Probably Mrs. Reese. She’s realistic but also super fun and she knows how to teach.

Any other information you would like included in your senior spotlight article: Just that I’m grateful I was able to be a part of a family for both sports. And I’m grateful to have been a Bruin.

Check our website regularly as we attempt to highlight each of our seniors who play spring sports. Their dedication to their sport and contribution to the Mountain View High School community has not gone unnoticed despite unusual circumstances. Mountain View coaches and administration send their best wishes to each of these seniors in their future endeavors.

To see more senior softball players click here.