The ability to excel in one sport takes years of hard work and practice, let alone three sports. Senior Grant McClellan has managed to do that though, as he’s been a varsity athlete in baseball, football and hockey since his sophomore year. During his time with each of the teams, he has received various individual awards such as first-team all-league in football and hockey, as well as the Captain’s Award in football, too. In addition to that, he has also excelled on a team level with league championship in football, a regional championship in baseball and a state championship in hockey. He has managed to accomplish all of this while still carrying a 3.2 GPA and standing out as a leader off of the field. “He’s one of the vocal leaders on and off the ice, THS hockey Head Coach Chad Clements said. “He was a captain on the football team. He was a three-year player for hockey and he’s just naturally talented and gifted on the athletic fields. He really kind of gets people together.” McClellan is undecided as far as what he’ll be doing following his graduation in the spring, but he plans on eventually majoring in sports medicine and hopes to be an athletic trainer. His parents, Jim and Allison, are proud of his accomplishments and look forward to seeing all that he can do after he graduates.