I play left defense on Inglewood's Varsity Soccer team. Last year I was awarded M.I.P or Most Improved Player. As the name implies, I won it for improving my game more than my other team mates. It doesn't mean I was the best player it just means I improved the most. I didn't improve overnight. I had to practice, practice, practice. I made sure to work on my sprinting and ball control skills. I even worked on not being afraid of heading the ball. I tried to give one hundred percent of myself at the soccer games even when I was physically hurt. Winning Most Improved Player was an honor and an accomplishment I am really proud of. I am pleased with how far in the game of soccer I have come.