Multiple Teams · Good: “Take Advantage Of Every Opportunity To Get Better”



Class of 2018




LAKEVILLE, IN. – Senior Jacob Good is a three-sport athlete.  Good plays football, basketball, and golf.

Good is the first installment of our Senior Profile series and has really enjoyed being a student-athlete at LaVille High School.

“It has been a great experience and I have made many friends by participating in sports at LaVille, I have learned many things through playing sports that will benefit me in the future. I have a great relationship with all my coaches which has made my experience at LaVille even better.”

Good also explains how important the student portion of being a student-athlete impacts his time schedule.
I make sure to take advantage of free time during the school day as well as making sure that I do not fall too far behind on assignments,” the senior tight end said. “I start early and working consistently until I am finished.”
Good also reminds all student-athletes to, “Work hard in the classroom as well as on the field because coaches will find out if you are not taking schoolwork seriously. Take advantage of every opportunity you have to get better.” 
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Favorite Food: Chicken Alfredo

Favorite Meal Of The Day: Breakfast

Favorite Movie: Napoleon Dynamite

Favorite Musical Artist: Kanye West

Favorite Subject: Physical Education

Favorite TV Show: The Office

Best Thing About LaVille: The large amount of support the sports teams get from such a small community.

Chocolate or White Milk: White Milk

Dream Job: Professional Gamer

My Hidden Talent: Playing Call of Duty

Pancakes or Waffles: Pancakes

Something Interesting About Me: I can dunk a basketball.

Something About A Teammate No One Knows: Dakota Figg used to have a goat.

Someone From History I Would Like To Meet: Albert Einstein

Up Early Or Sleep Late: Up Early

If I Could Go Anywhere In The World For The Weekend It Would Be: Bora Bora

Closing Thoughts: “ Listen to teachers and coaches, they will push you to be the best you can be. Work hard and stay focused on being the best student-athlete possible.” 

  • Jacob Good, Class of 2018