Mack tackles his way to success

Bret Waelterman
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“This school has deep tradition and roots, and if you can recognize them, you will enjoy your time here at Webster even more.”
-Senior Cory Mack

“I knew everyone before I came to Webster…so it helped me get along really easily with the teachers and staff. My dad graduated from here in 1980s and my older brother in 2010,” senior Cory Mack said.

“My name was recognized with the faculty, so it was really easy for me to adjust,” Mack said.

Mack played baseball his freshman year and was on the football team all four years.

He was injured and unable to play football his junior and sophomore years, although he was still on the team.

“My brothers both won State their years on the football team. I was really hoping to win State also for my senior year, but we fell short,” Mack said.

“But I was happy I got to play my senior year. I didn’t know if I would be able to due to my injury.”

Mack said his only regret was not joining the robotics club because that could have helped him with his college major.

Mack plans to attend SLU college and major in biomedical engineering and wants to work with people with broken body parts and design new ways to heal bones.

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