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LakeForestLeader.com SPORTS the lake forest leader | April 12, 2018 | 27 Athlete of the Week 10 Questions with Emory Homan Emory Homan is a sophomore at Lake Forest High School and is a member of the girls water polo team. How did you start playing water polo? I was a freshman and I was not so sure what I would do in the spring – my parents told me that I needed to play three sports a year – my friend Izzy Moore, on our water polo team, is always recruiting kids since water polo needs more kids. I thought, ‘I don’t know. What the heck? I’ll try it.’ Every since then I’ve always loved it. What other sports do you play? I swim, I do basketball and then, of course, water polo. Why do you love water polo? For me it’s the perfect combination between swim and basketball. I always call it water-basketball. It’s always fun and it’s a good group of kids. I love to come back. What is the most challenging part of the sport? Definitely the calls. It can be so hard sometimes. It’s just hard to work with the [referees] and sometimes it gets rough, and it’s such a tough sport, but you just have to work through it but it can be really hard sometimes. What is a memorable moment for you while playing water polo? I would say probably last year when I got brought up to varsity, that was a really important moment. Since I was just starting out, and to be moved up to varsity, I was really happy. Who is the funniest person on the team? Every girl on that team is funny, but someone who always makes me laugh is probably Holly Malnati. She is the funniest girl I know. What is your favorite subject in school? My favorite subject in school would be chemistry. I just really like it. What is your favorite restaurant in Lake Forest or Lake Bluff? Probably Lake Forest Food and Wine, it’s not really a restaurant but it’s so good. If you could travel anywhere in the world, where would you go? I’ve always though of this, I would love to go to Germany or Japan. I just Photo Submitted have a fascination for both places. If you could have dinner with anyone, living or dead, who would it be? Okay, Grayson Allen, he’s on Duke’s basketball team. He’s No. 3 and he was a senior this year. He’s my favorite basketball player and he really got me into basketball. Once, while I was watching their games, I really started to understand basketball which has actually helped me translate it to water polo. I kind of understand the game more now. Interview by Sports Editor Brittany Kapa sailing From Page 30 liance and an international and cultural experience.” The members of the USA team traded apparel, and other items, with the other sailors from the 30 different countries that were represented at the regatta. Henry Scholz brought home a Denmark lifejacket, for example. “That’s the first time I’ve sailed with over 1,000-boats before,” Henry Scholz said about the event. “I sailed at a regatta in Miami called the Orange Bowl, that only had 500.” “I thought it was a great experience,” Gish added. “I met so many new people from 30 countries and I sailed for the U.S. and Lake Forest. I learned a lot.” Lake Garda is considerably smaller than Lake Michigan, so Gish said that he did learn some useful tactics for sailing on a smaller lake. “It was a little bit difference because here Lake Michigan is a much bigger lake than Lake Garda in Italy,” he said. “So there, you had to play the land shifts a lot versus here you only have to play on it if it’s an easterly breeze.” The Lake Garda regatta gave Gish and Henry Scholz another opportunity to hone their skills before heading to Miami for the U.S. Optimist Dinghy Association’s Team Trials. “That is the national competition for Optis,” Scholz said. “You could qualify for Team USA, the national team. The Garda helped me prepare for this.” Gish, who has been sailing since he was 8, gushed about the experience in Italy. Neither sailor broke the top 400, Gish came in 426th and Henry Scholz finished 642nd, but the trip was more about the experience than where they placed. “All the other people that came they all did really well and I did the best I could,” Gish said.