Getting to Know
Bowling Green School’s Bradlee Davidson
Bowling Green School’s Bradlee Davidson is a two-sport athlete.
Davidson, a senior, plays baseball and football.
In baseball, Davidson is a pitcher and first baseman.
Davidson played his first year of football this season and was a cornerback.
“I’ve had the pleasure of working with Bradlee for the last three years,” Bowling Green baseball coach Cameron Fenney said. “He has made tremendous growth, not just as a player, but as a person too. He comes to practice and works to get better each day. He’s a leader who leads by example and others follow his calm and collected demeanor. It was an honor to sit back and watch him break the school’s game strikeout record with 19 Ks this season. I also want to acknowledge that he is tops in the country in strikeouts right now. That is truly an incredible feat. He is a player I will miss having around next year, but I’m excited to see where his future goes.”
What do you enjoy most about playing your sports?
The competition in it. Just playing with my friends and having fun.
What do you like best about being a student athlete?
It keeps me out of trouble and it’s just fun to do.
Who has been the most influential person in your school sports career? Why?
My dad (Brian Davidson) because he’s taught me everything up to this point, he’s been with me everytime, everyday.
Who is your favorite athlete? Why?
Atlanta Braves outfielder Ronald Acuña Jr.
Best thing about living in Washington Parish?
The environment, it’s small, good people and the free fair.
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