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Albertsons Big Deal of the Week: Taelar Lively (Buhl)
Buhl's senior softball pitcher discusses her high school athletics career for the Indians
Published: 4/21/2020 3:06:04 PM

Name: Taelar Lively
School: Buhl
Grade: Senior
Sport: Softball 
Position: Center Field, Pitcher

How did you first get interested in your sport?

When I was little, I played tee ball and I just kept moving up every year when I got older. When I was old enough, I played traveling ball and I fell in love with it.

If you play other sports, which is your favorite and why?

I play volleyball but I prefer softball because I’ve played it longer and it’s just so much fun. The girls that I play with I’ve played with for a long time, we’re kind of a family.   

What’s the most valuable lesson you’ve learned from high school sports?

The most valuable lesson I’ve learned from high school sports is that I can build so many different friendships from a sport, and these friendships come from other towns and will be there for a long time.

What’s the best advice you’ve ever received? Who gave it to you?

“We all have bad games, just be happy you played” -Andrew Moretto.

What has been your favorite high school memory so far?

My favorite high school memory has to be the bus rides coming home after a game. Win or lose, we’re still teammates and we still know how to make each other laugh and have a good time.

What coaches or teachers have made the biggest impact on your athletic career? Why?

Kenny Lively and Buck Taylor. They have made me a better player and person on and off the field. They taught me the respect of the game and the players and to carry that respect with me off the field.

Which teammates have you really connected with during high school? Why do you enjoy competing with them? 

Kayla Morse, Aubrey Mahannah, Kailey Brown and Mallory Brown. I love playing with these girls and against them for years and I made awesome friendships. 

Is there anyone in your family who has helped you get to where you are today?

My whole family has helped me get to where I am today, but most importantly my mom and grandparents. They have pushed me and paid for all the travel ball and all the lessons when I was little. I couldn’t have done everything without them.

What would you like to see to all the other Idaho athletes who had their season cut short?

I would say to cherish the moments that you did when playing, even if they are bad moments, be thankful for them. 

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