Frankie Jeremiah is a multisport athlete for the Catoosa Indians. And though each sport requires a different set of skills, Frankie knows that there is something that they all have in common and that is it takes work to be successful at them.
“It has taken a lot of time and patience in order to get to where I am today athletically,” she said. “I always had to find a way to get to each of my athletics, along with balancing school with it. Motivation is also something that drives me and for me, my motivation is the urge to be the best at everything thing I do.”
Jeremiah is a sophomore at Catoosa High School, where she is a member of the volleyball, wrestling, and soccer teams. Away from athletics, she serves as vice president of the Business Professionals of America at Catoosa.
There have been a number of people that Jeremiah has looked up to throughout her life. But out of all of them, she says there are a couple of them that have had the biggest impact.
“I would say my role models would be my parents,” she stated. “They show me how to be the best version of myself and they are great examples of Christ-like people and who I would want to be growing up.”
The girl’s soccer coach at Catoosa, Jeremy Scott, says that Frankie brings something to the team that does not necessarily show up in the stats.
“Although soccer isn’t her main sport, her elite athleticism and amazing work rate make up for her lack of experience,” the coach said. “She brings great energy, competitiveness, and fun to the field every day! I can’t wait to see the improvement in her game this season.”
While she has made a lot of great memories throughout her years of playing sports, Frankie says that there is one memory that stands out as her favorite.
“The highlight in my career would be our volleyball match against Inola,” she recalled. “The energy and how supportive my team and our student section were would be something I couldn’t forget.”