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Fox Chapel diver Cagley headed to PIAA meet

Jacqueline Savitz
| Monday, March 7, 2016 1:42 p.m
Fox Chapel diver Jonah Cagley finished second at the 2016 WPIAL diving championships.

Jonah Cagley, a freshman at Fox Chapel, made his first trip to the WPIAL Class AAA diving championships a memorable one as he posted a second-place finish and qualified for the PIAA championships March 15.

He was also a member of the boys 200 free relay team that qualified for the WPIAL swimming championships. He began swimming when he was 7 and also became involved in gymnastics for a few years. For his efforts, he is The Herald spotlight athlete.

Q: What do you wish you had more time to do?

A: Photography.

Q: Who is your favorite Pittsburgh athlete?

A: Andrew McCutchen.

Q: Who would you like to see disappear from public view?

A: Donald Trump.

Q: What’s your favorite school lunch?

A: Pizza.

Q: What is the highest platform you’ve ever dove from?

A: 10 meters.

Q: What is your favorite TV show?

A: “Criminal Minds.”

Q: What show makes you want to turn off the TV?

A: Anything on the Food Network.

Q: What was your favorite cartoon show growing up?

A: “Mickey Mouse.”

Q: What’s a typical breakfast for you?

A: Egg sandwich and a glass of milk.

Q: If you could go anywhere you’ve never been, where would you go?

A: Paris.

Q: What do you like on your pizza?

A: Just cheese or pepperoni.

Q: What junk food do you have a weakness for?

A: Cheetos.

Q: Is there a food you refuse to eat?

A: Brussels sprouts.

Q: How late do you sleep on the weekends?

A: Usually around 10 a.m.

Q: What movie could you watch over and over again?

A: “Ted.”

Q: Do you have any superstitions or rituals before you dive?

A: I dry myself off with my lucky shammy and dry my right leg off first.

Q: What’s your favorite vacation spot?

A: Seaside, Fla.

Q: Who would be your dream date?

A: Kendall Jenner.

Q: What’s the wildest and craziest thing you’ve ever done?

A: I went cliff-diving a few years ago.

Q: What is your favorite subject in school?

A: French.

Q: What would make up your favorite all-time meal?

A: A bacon cheeseburger.

Q: People would be surprised to know that you …

A: … are a good karaoke singer.

Marty Stewart is a Tribune-Review staff writer. Reach him at 412-782-2123 or

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