Assistant Sports Editor and Ten Questions Columnist Anna Fasman ’16 caught up with junior running back Luke Hagy to talk about everything from the Pittsburgh Steelers to buffalo chicken wraps at Trillium.
1) How did you start playing football?
So it all started in fifth grade. I played soccer up until that point, but all [of] my friends were playing football, so I finally convinced my mom to let me play. I played two years of little league and then went into middle school football, and I’ve been playing ever since.
2) Do you have any pre-game superstitions or rituals, either alone or with the team?
Michaela Brew / Sun Staff PhotographerJunior running back Luke Hagy, pictured above with his housemates, spends a lot of his free time playing Mario Kart, trying to win the title of house champion.