Nov. 9, 2016 – West Bend, WI – Not only is West Bend West High School senior Anthony Schlass a great baseball player, he is also a fantastic writer. Check out his story about West junior Katelyn Schultz and her equestrian aspirations.
Katelyn Schultz is not your prototypical student-athlete, but she recently accomplished one of her greatest feats.
Schultz, a West junior, competes in horse competitions and this year she went to Nationals, the largest single breed show in the world, and her horse won.
“It’s something I never thought would happen because it’s really expensive, but my parents support me so much. I was so shocked. You never think you’re going to be the one to win,” Schultz said.
Even with all of her success, Katelyn does have an everyday obstacle: She was born without depth perception, making sports like volleyball and basketball difficult to play.
To read the rest of the story about how Katelyn overcomes her challenges log onto The Current.
Photo courtesy the Schultz family.