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SSA’s Frohlich ends season on high note

Marty Stewart
Shady Side Academy's Erin Frohlich

Erin Frohlich, a 5-foot-10 forward, saw her basketball career at Shady Side Academy come to a close Saturday. The senior went out with a flourish as she scored 16 points to go along with a pair of 18-point games earlier in the week.

Frohlich, who also plays for the SSA softball team, will be attending Grove City College in the fall and will major in psychology and continue to play both sports.

“I met the basketball coach and saw some games and, academically and athletically, I thought Grove City was a great fit.”

For her efforts, she is The Herald Spotlight Athlete.

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

A: Sleep.

Q: Who is your favorite actor or actress?

A: Sandra Bullock.

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

A: Donald Trump.

Q: What’s your favorite school lunch?

A: Caesar salad.

Q: What three words would describe you?

A: Hard-working, motivated and kind.

Q: What is your favorite TV show?

A: “Castle.”

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

A: “Keeping Up With the Kardashians.”

Q: What’s your favorite type of music?

A: Christian contemporary.

Q: What exercise do you dislike the most?

A: Suicides.

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

A: Australia.

Q: What goes on the perfect hamburger?

A: Dijon mustard and ketchup.

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

A: Sweet potato chips.

Q: Is there a food you refuse to eat?

A: Brussels sprouts.

Q: Name three people you’d like to have dinner with?

A: Sandra Bullock, Angelina Jolie and Mark Wahlberg.

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

A: “The Blind Side.”

Q: What is your favorite season of the year?

A: Spring.

Q: What’s your favorite vacation spot?

A: Bethany Beach, Del.

Q: Who would be your dream date?

A: Nick Bateman.

Q: Who is the most overrated athlete in sports?

A: Joe Flacco.

Q: What is your favorite subject in school?

A: English.

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

A: Steak, Caesar salad and shrimp.

Q: People would be surprised to know that you …

A: Used to play lacrosse and also did Irish dance.

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

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