Time Out With: Kyle Onstott

Kyle Onstott

Kyle Onstott

School: Dayton High senior

Sports: Football, basketball

Q: What is your favorite sport, and how did you get started playing it?

A: "My favorite sport is football. When I was 7, my mom and dad asked me if I wanted to play and I was all for it. I started that year (2000)."

Q: Do you have any superstitions that you go through before games?

A: "My superstition is praying. Before every game I pray to my grandma Emman, grandpa John and great grandmothers, Helen and Dorothy. I ask them to watch over me and I let them know how much they are missed."

Q: Who is your favorite teammate and why?

A: "I personally don't have a favorite teammate. Each of my teammates give me encouragement and motivation in different ways."

Q: Talk about your biggest sports moment.

A: "I was in Dayton Youth Football League at the age of 12 or 13. We were in a playing a game against McQueen. I scored two long rushing touchdowns and we won 14-0 to advance to the championship game against Fernley."

Q: Do you have a role model, and why is he/she your role model?

A: "I have two role models, Reggie Bush and my dad. My dad has always been here for me and pushing me to become the young man that I am. As for Reggie Bush, he's a stud running back. I've enjoyed watching him ever since he was at USC."

Q: Do you have any hobbies, and what are they?

A: "My hobbies are snowboarding, going to the beach and hanging out with friends and family."

Q: What is your favorite food/dinner?

A: "My favorite dinner is between my mom's homemade chicken tacos or filet mignon."

Q: Who is your favorite musician?

A: "I don't have a favorite musician. I listen to a variety of music."

Q: Where do you see yourself in 10 years?

A: "I see myself in a beach house in Huntington Beach, married with two kids and working as a sports therapist."

Q: What is the last non-school book you've read recently?

A: "None. I don't enjoy reading. I would much rather be out playing football or kicking back with my friends."


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