Parents: Lise & Marvin
School: Woodville High School
Tracy played softball and volleyball, but did not show signs of success, whereas hockey showed achievements. After presenting a speech why girl’s varsity hockey was necessary at Baldwin-Woodville, her attributions along with many others lead to their acceptance to WIAA. Her senior year, she was captain and most valuable player of the hockey team.
Tracy participated in Art Club, drama classes (leading lady), National Honor Society, and the teacher’s assistant program. In her sophomore year, she mentored a struggling third grader. Tracy looked forward to seeing the joy in the third grader every day.
Tracy’s youth group has participated in many activities to help the local and surrounding communities. Her most memorable was a trip to Camp Matz in Watertown, which allowed disabled people to have a camp-like vacation.
Attending: University of North Dakota – Grand Forks. Desired occupation: Forensic Science Technician with a masters in pathology.
Quote (from Eric Russell, Baldwin-Woodville High School): What really separates Tracy from her peers is her willingness to do whatever it takes in any given situation. Tracy is the epitome of a team player. She will do whatever is asked of her, fill whatever role is needed and always with a smile on her face.