Federal Way Mirror Female Athlete of the Week for Sept. 20: Julieta Villegas

Federal Way Mirror Female Athlete of the Week for Sept. 20: Julieta Villegas

TBHS sophomore dominates the soccer field early in season.

Todd Beamer High School sophomore Julieta Villegas, soccer, was selected as the Federal Way Mirror Female Athlete of the Week for Sept. 20.

Q: What is your favorite subject/class in school?

A: Science and math.

Q: What other activities/hobbies do you enjoy?

A: Volleyball.

Q: Person who has helped you succeed the most?

A: My parents.

Q: What is the best advice you’ve been given when it comes to your sport?

A: “There will always be someone who is better than you but that doesn’t mean you shouldn’t work harder than them.”

Q: Describe your pre-game ritual and your favorite post-game meal.

A: I always pray before a game. Post-game, I like french fries and ice cream.

Q: Song you currently can’t stop listening to?

A: “Why” by NF

From the sideline: Todd Beamer sophomore Julieta Villegas has become a starting center back for the team as a sophomore even though she normally plays as a midfielder. Her willingness to do what is best for the team shows her character. She always works hard in practice, is a great teammate, and in our first two games, Julieta has dominated on the field. Her high soccer IQ and toughness will take her places.


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