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April 1, 2014

2014 Salem News Student Athlete Award profile: Carolyn Scacchi, Peabody


Scacchi plans to play volleyball at Southern New Hampshire University. She is a two-time Northeastern Conference MVP in the sport, having led the conference in blocks, attacks and digs this past fall. She is the all-time leader in kills at Peabody and was a state coaches First-Team All-State pick as a senior.

“Her work ethic on and off the court is amazing. She’s always striving to improve her own skills and those of her teammates,” said Peabody volleyball coach Lisa Keene, “I wish I could go back and relive the last four years with Carolyn.”





Hometown: Peabody

Age: 18

College you will be attending: Southern New Hampshire University

What is your favorite book?: “The Hunger Games” by Suzanne Colins

What is your favorite movie?: “RocknRolla”

Who is your favorite singer or musical group?: Mackelmore

What is your favorite website?: Barstool Sports

What is your favorite class in school?: AP Statistics

What athletic feat are you most proud of and why?: “Scoring my 1,000th point in girls basketball. It made me only the sixth girl ever at Peabody High to reach 1,000 points.”

Who has had the biggest influence on your life and why?: “My parents and my Peabody volleyball coach, Lisa Keene. I would not be where I am today without coach Keene.”

Where do you see yourself 10 years from now?: “Working in finance, getting married and traveling the world.”



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