On the Move

Waconia High School’s Nathan Glynn won’t stay still.

On the Move
Waconia High School’s Nathan Glynn won’t stay still.
If there’s one thing Waconia High School senior Nathan Glynn hates, it’s being idle. “I like being busy because I just waste my time if I’m not doing something productive,” Glynn says.
It definitely puts his wide-ranging list of sports and activities into perspective: Glynn excels at football, and he’s not too shabby on the basketball court, golf course, track field or baseball diamond, either. And that’s just the athletics: Glynn is a member of National Honor Society, Peer Mentors, International Club, Conservation Club and volunteers with Ridgeview Medical Center in the emergency department.
This year, Glynn plans on looking into colleges that specialize in engineering or business; however, his ultimate dream is to play football in college. “I hope to continue being busy with playing sports, focusing on my academics, and volunteering to give back to the community,” Glynn says.
And he’s also planning on adding a new sport to his resume: Lacrosse. “Why not add a fourth spring sport?” he says. Well, it definitely beats sitting still.

If there’s one thing Waconia High School senior Nathan Glynn hates, it’s being idle.

“I like being busy because I just waste my time if I’m not doing something productive,” Glynn says.

It definitely puts his wide-ranging list of sports and activities into perspective: Glynn excels at football, and he’s not too shabby on the basketball court, golf course, track field or baseball diamond, either. And that’s just the athletics: Glynn is a member of National Honor Society, Peer Mentors, International Club, Conservation Club and volunteers with Ridgeview Medical Center in the emergency department.

This year, Glynn plans on looking into colleges that specialize in engineering or business; however, his ultimate dream is to play football in college.

“I hope to continue being busy with playing sports, focusing on my academics, and volunteering to give back to the community,” Glynn says.

And he’s also planning on adding a new sport to his resume: Lacrosse.

“Why not add a fourth spring sport?” he says.

Well, it definitely beats sitting still.