Player of the Week: Aisley Sturk

Aisley Sturk

Aisley Sturk

Freshman midfielder Aisley Sturk is quietly becoming a very good lacrosse player.

“Aisley is a talented three-sport athlete and the skills she has developed through soccer and basketball have served her well on the lacrosse field,” said Lake Region varsity girls’ lacrosse coach David Keenan. “Aisley does a tremendous job getting up and down the field.  She is always hustling and is a very hardworking team player.”

Coach Keenan added that “Aisley is also one of the nicest and most coachable girls that Coach Bush and I have had the pleasure of working with.”

In recognition of her strong work ethic, determination, commitment and good sportsmanship, Aisley is this week’s Boosters and Hancock Lumber “Player of the Week.” Each week, a Lake Region athlete is recognized for his/her dedication (does more than what is asked), work ethic, coachability and academic good standing. Recipients receive a specially-designed t-shirt, sponsored by Hancock Lumber.

The Sturk File

Name: Aisley Sturk

Year in School: Freshman

Town: Casco

Parents: Joshua and Asako Sturk

Sports you play: Soccer, basketball, lacrosse

Best piece of advice you have received? “Even if you’re having an off day, try your hardest,” — my dad. It’s an obvious statement, but it keeps my head in the game.

Who is your biggest fan? My parents. They spend a lot of time on my sports. I really take them for granted.

I know I have had a good sports day when…I pass out afterwards.

What is your favorite sport? Soccer. It’s action-packed and I love the team and coaches so much.

If I could change one thing about myself as an athlete, I would change…My procrastination. I always want to get better but procrastinate practicing.

What qualities make for a good teammate? Someone who is really good at peer coaching.

What do you believe you bring to your team? Well, I try to bring “positivity.”

What characteristics do you feel make for a good coach? A coach that pushes you to your limits.


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