Off-field faces: Nolan Jondal, senior pitcher, Georgetown

What is your favorite baseball memory in Georgetown?

By far, winning the state championship (last year) was the coolest part. I know this would be a common answer, but this is the best thing that has happened in my baseball career. Seeing the whole community support you was really great.

Do you have any baseball rituals or superstitions?

One weird thing I do is wear socks with my uniform first. I don’t know if it’s a ritual, but I’ve always done it that way. It’s a strange thing and I can’t get past it.

What are you most looking forward to from your senior season?

I’d honestly say that’s the goal that comes from winning the state championship and trying to win another one. I’m looking forward to playing competitively in a new area with some teams we’ve never seen before.

Has baseball taught you any lessons that you apply in your daily life?

I try to work on the little details and make sure the little things get done right. Right down to shaving your face and grooming your hair. This had a positive effect on me in the way I went through school. I know it will show up later when I have to deal with adult things, but it prepares me for what the world will be like.

I hear you have exciting plans for next year.

I just decided to play at Tyler Junior College. I’m excited about this opportunity. I’m happy that I can be in this situation.

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