Hannah Park, a kindergarten student at the Penticton Christian School, has nothing but determination in her eyes as she moves with the ball during a soccer game at the school’s annual sports day on Oct. 2. (Contributed)

Athlete of the Week: Hannah Park

Hannah Park is a Kindergarten student at the Penticton Christian School

One phrase that could describe Hannah Park is “though she be but little, she is fierce,” due to her expression of determination during a soccer game at Penticton Christian School.

Park is a kindergarten student at the school who was participating in the annual sports day on Oct. 2. What is likely to be one of her first introductions to the game of soccer, she proves that it’s never too soon to become passionate about sports.

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