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WSS takes a look at athletes' daily diets while in-season.

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Fueled up

Natalie Katz, Print Feature Editor

For most high school students, breakfast may not be a priority in the morning. Sleeping in until the last minute and finishing last night’s homework results in students rushing out the door, often not having time to fuel their body. With athletes training for years, dedicating hours every day to perfect their sport, their commitment off the field becomes just as important as the time they put in to their practices. Maintaining a substantial and healthy diet is vital to meet the demands of their vigorous training. Here’s a look into what three athletes at West eat during the peak time of their seasons.

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Natalie Katz, Print Feature Editor

Natalie Katz is a junior at West High. It is her second year on staff and she is Print Feature Editor and reporter. When not chasing down the latest news...

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