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Megan Grams

Megan Grams, Sports Editor

Megan Grams is very passionate about her writing, whether it be journalistic or creative writing. Writing is a walk in the park for Grams, she finds that it is a second nature and finds it very easy to express herself. She gets the most enjoyment from writing about current events around the world, and stories recognizing student athletes. Being able to express her thoughts and opinions is very important to her.  Journalism originally was not the route Grams wanted to go, but throughout her first year on staff, she become accustomed to and began to love the journalistic side of writing. Grams loves writing about sports and different features; this is where she finds herself most comfortable. This is Grams' third year on the Cityzen staff, and she is very excited for you to read her work in the Cityzen this year. With two years of journalistic writing under her belt, Grams is confident that her writing style has improved and is excited for what the year has in store. Grams' plan is to continue writing after high school and maybe write for the college she will be attending. Outside of newspaper, Grams is in multiple clubs and sports. She participates in bowling, softball, French Club, Steering Committee, National Honor Society, Foreign Language Honor Society, and Envirothon. The past three seasons on the bowling team, she made her mark in the state. She is a three-time all-conference honoree in bowling, she led her team to state junior year and they finished second, during her sophomore year she advanced to semi state in singles, and in her sophomore year she was in the top 10 for bowling average in the state. This past season Megan was a starting varsity pitcher for the Wolves softball team. She is looking forward to continuing her academic and athletic career at Youngstown State University. Grams plans to study Psychology and Sociology in hopes to obtaining her PhD. She has enjoyed all of the friendships she has made and all of the amazing teachers she has had within her four years at MCHS, but she is excited to begin her journey in college and adulthood.

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