As one of the focal points of the Trenton High School varsity swimming team over the past four years, senior Andrew Wolsek has developed into a leader, and as Coach Jim Lawrence says, he’s a big help for the younger swimmers on the team. “Kids start out freshman year not really knowing anything and being immature, but he’s matured quite a bit over the years. He’s really stepped up his training and has become a team player and he helps out the younger kids. Working with the younger kids not only helps them get better, but he also improves because of it so it’s helped the team tremendously. He’s done really well and I’m really proud of him.” His development has paid off in numerous accolades throughout his swimming career, including being named MVP of the team last year as well as being named to the All-League and All-State teams. Also a member of the Marching Band for four years, Wolsek currently carries a 2.96 grade-point average. While he is undecided as to where he’ll be attending school, he hopes to continue his swimming career. Wolsek plans on majoring in business administration, with the ultimate goal of eventually opening his own small business. His parents, Christine and Robert, look forward to seeing what’s next in store for him.