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Dynamic Duo

Dynamic+Duo
Sam Luba

Famous athlete siblings have been becoming more and more common in the world today.
There are the Curry brothers in basketball, the Williams sisters in tennis, the Kelce brothers in football, and countless other athlete siblings.
But what about 2 girls that are incredible athletes and more than just sisters — they are twins.
Take the Case twins, Seniors Addi and Sabrina, here at Sunnyslope.
“I would say playing sports has brought us together,” said Sabrina, “We have always loved playing sports and have been on the same team since i can remember so its nice to always have a supporter.”
Both sisters have been extremely active while in high school in both sports and other extracurricular activities and have stuck together for most of the time.
Sabrina said, “It was a good bonding experience and we built a better relationship because of it.”
Both sisters have participated on varsity softball for 4 years and Sabrina has been on badminton for that along with Addi being a member of Sunnyslope’s HOSA branch.
For Sabrina she got the opportunity to part of a state championship winning badminton team and said, “Being on state championship badminton team is very rewarding and [was] a memorable experience,” which was also something that the the Case’s oldest sister accomplished making it a “full circle moment for her to be watching me when I won.”
Meanwhile Addi has been a fervent member of HOSA [Health Occupations Students of America] where students get to participate in medically inclined competitions, help raise money, organize projects, and many more.
“I became a member of HOSA because I was forced to for a nursing course I am taking at Moon Valley High School this year,” said Addi, “However, I thought it was a great way to expand my interest and network in the medical field.”
For Addi, HOSA is just one step on what has been a long journey towards the medical field, “My end goal is to become a nurse practitioner and work at PCH [Phoenix Children’s Hospital.”
Whether they were together or separate, the sisters’ support for each other has been never ending.
“My favorite part of playing sports with my sister was her constant support and she would always push me to do better,” said Sabrina.
Softball has been a perfect example of this support as they’ve both been key players of the Vikings softball squad and all along the way they were side by side.
Addi said, “It’s great to be able to support and cheer for each other as part of a team.”
This season has seen the 2 get even closer on the diamond having an opportunity to actually play side by side.
“This past season I moved from outfield to first base so we played right next peach other on the field,” said Addi, “and we batted next to each other in the lineup.”
High school athletics have surely brought great joy for the case sister and their families as not many siblings get to play all 4 years with each other.
Addi said that the two have plenty of memories from softball bus rides while blasting music and singing along even making Tik Toks sometimes.
Now the two will continue their journey into college although on separate roads with Addi going to ASU and Sabrina going NAU but the support for each other will surely stay strong.

 

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