Name: Kayle Lewis
School: Greater Johnstown
Sports: Soccer, cheerleading, softball, track and field
Parents: Darrell Lewis and Tracy Koch, of Johnstown
Athletic achievements: In soccer, 2018 all-Laurel Highlands honors, member of the 2019 Santa Fund Soccer Classic; in cheerleading, two-time District 6 champ, 2018 world’s runner-up, two-time Pennsylvania state cheering champion; in track and field, member of 2017 and 2019 Laurel Highlands champion 400-meter relay team, third place in 2017, second place in 2018 and third in 2019 on 400 relay team at District 6 championships.
Coach’s quote: “Kayle is a prime example of what a student-athlete represents. She works hard both on and off the field. You can always count on her to bring hard-work ethic and positivity. I am honored to have coached her over the past three years.” — Greater Johnstown soccer coach Gena Pentz
Favorite subjects: Anatomy and physiology
Favorite movie: “Fast and Furious 7”
Favorite book or video game: “Looking for Alaska” by John Green
Favorite food: Alfredo
Favorite teacher (and what they teach): Mrs. Corte (science)
Favorite song: “Sunflower” by Post Malone and Swae Lee
Outside interests: Shopping, hanging with friends, working
If you were an animal, what animal would you be and why?: A cheetah, to be really fast.
Favorite athletic team: Alabama softball
Athlete most admired: Simone Biles
Most influential persons on my athletic career: Parents and coaches
Most impressive athletes that you have competed against: Old travel softball teammates that I’ve played against during high school games.
Proudest athletic achievement: Winning Universal Cheerleading Association (UCA) nationals for all-star cheer.
How I got my start: In sports overall, I started very young, and at the age of 2 doing competitive cheer.
Future goal: To become a sports physical therapist