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Community Christian’s Drew Bradley – Baseball Spotlight – Presented by Genesis of Norman

Drew Bradley, a senior at Community Christian School, embodies the essence of a dedicated athlete driven by passion and purpose. “My motivation comes from wanting our team to be the best we possibly can,” Drew said. “Hating losing more than loving winning is also a huge factor,” he added, showing his competitive spirit.

As a versatile player, Drew shines on both the football field and the baseball diamond. Whether he’s sprinting as a running back, tackling opponents as a linebacker, or commanding the field from the catcher’s position, his commitment to excellence never wavers.

Drew attributes much of his success to his constant support system. “My biggest influences are my parents because they have pushed me to be the best and have always supported me through everything,” he acknowledges gratefully. Coach Mat McIntosh, a mentor figure in Drew’s life, has not only honed his athletic skills but also played a pivotal role in shaping his character. “Coach Mac has helped me further my walk with the Lord and pushed me to become better,” Drew said, highlighting the personal impact of sports and mentorship.

Reflecting on his standout moments, Drew recalled a pivotal game during his sophomore year. “The highlight moment of my baseball career was winning a huge regional game over Heritage Hall.” Such victories fuel Drew’s competitive spirit, especially when facing rivals like Christian Heritage. “I enjoy beating Christian Heritage because they are our rivals, and it’s always a good game when we play,” he said, relishing the intensity of those matchups.

Off the field, Drew’s dedication extends beyond sports. His involvement in National Honor Society underscores his commitment to academic excellence and leadership. Looking ahead, Drew plans to continue his baseball career at Oklahoma Christian University, aiming to major in business on a pre-law track. Representing Community Christian is something Drew Bradley doesn’t take lightly: “To represent my school and community means taking on a leadership role and using my influence to promote the Godly values and mission of Community Christian.”

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