Frontier’s Amy Lane – Athlete Spotlight Presented By 7C Land and Cattle Steakhouse

Amy Lane, a student-athlete at Frontier High School, is not one to sit on the sidelines and watch the action go by. Unless of course it’s football season and the cheer squad is on a break. Lane stays very busy as a cheerleader and golfer for Frontier. “I’ve played golf since I was a freshman,” said Lane. “I cheered both my seventh and eighth grade years of middle school and also my sophomore and junior year of high school.”

Lane serves as treasurer for the Frontier chapter of FFA and is FCA (Fellowship of Christian Athletes) vice president. On top of that she serves as secretary of STUCO and treasurer of National Honor Society. Academics have always played a key role in her life. “My academics are very important to me and after I graduate I would like to go to college and become a pediatrician,” said Lane. “My favorite subject would have to math and my favorite teacher would have to be Mrs. Scherman who is my math teacher.”

As a member of the golf team, Lane loves the challenge the sport presents as every shot has significant meaning. “I like the game of golf because it is fun and a challenge to learn and to play,” said Lane. “I love the bond that I me and my teammates both share.”

Her father has played a big role in her life always pushing her to do her best. “My dad has always been a big influence in my life because he has always pushed me to do my best and has also taught me to never give up,” said Lane.

Despite the interruption in daily life, Lane is making the most of the opportunity by spend more time with the people closest to her. “My plans with all this virus stuff going on is just to spend time with family and friends while also helping on my families farm,” said Lane.

And if you were wondering, she did not make a mad dash for the toilet paper isle. “No, I did not hoard toilet paper and I still don’t get why people were going crazy over it,” Lane said.