Cheyne Clark
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    Cheyne Clark

    Class:
    Senior

    Hometown:
    Bainbridge Island, WA

    High School:
    Bainbridge

    Height:
    5-11

    Event:
    Diving

    2009-10 Highlights: Competed in multiple dual meets throughout the season ... scored a season-best 255.83 points in the 1-meter diving vs. Mesa State ... scored a season-best 257.03 points in the 3-meter diving vs. Mesa State ... scored a season-best 235.60 points in platform diving at the Trojan Invitational.

    2008-09 Highlights: Competed in multiple dual meets throughout the season.

    High School: Lettered four years in swimming and diving ... coached by Kaycee Taylor ... four-time state finalist in diving ... All-American and second-place state finisher in 2007-08 season ... team captain in 2007-08 ... state finalist in team relays for three years ... finished third in the state in the 200 medley relay with a new school record ... competed for the Bainbridge Island Dive Club, coached by Chris Miller ... also lettered three years in water polo and three years in track and field ... All-West Washington first-team goalie ... water polo team captain in 2006-07 ... three-time Metro League champion and two-time state qualifier in the pole vault ... holds school record of 15' ... team captain in 2007-08 season.

    Personal: Member of cadet squadron 10 ... son of Craig and Celia Clark ... has one sister, Caroline ... plans to become a pilot ... hobbies include wakeboarding, skiing and hiking ... favorite food is spicy chicken teriyaki ... favorite movie is Gladiator ... on his iPod: everything but country and metal ... favorite athlete is John Roethlisberger, three-time Olympic gymnast, because he "always had amazing sportsmanship and always seemed to be having so much fun while competing" ... pre-meet ritual is eating two strips of bacon, a bagel without cream cheese and Gatorade ... favorite quote: "It is one of the greatest compensations in life, that no man can sincerely try to help another, without helping himself." -Ralph Waldo Emerson.

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