Temple Daily Telegram

Name: Darryl Polasek

Age: 17

School: Bartlett High School

Grade: 12

Parents: Gilbert and Patricia Polasek

Grandparents: Virginia and Edward Michalik

Accomplishments:

Football (10-12), second-team all-district kicker

junior year for state championship team;

senior year kicker, punter, quarterback and

defensive back

Baseball (9-12), second-team all-district second

baseman as sophomore; honorable mention

junior year

Basketball (9-12)

Track (9-12)

Class officer

Student council officer

Fellowship of Christian Athletes

Future Farmers of America

Catholic Youth Organization; highway litter control

project

UIL number sense (9-12)

National Honor Society officer

HOBY delegate sophomore year

Goals in life:

"I wish to go to college in order to further my education and gain the knowledge I need to be successful in life. It has been my goal to go to college and better myself in order that I may, in turn, give back to my community and try to make a difference in our society."

What's important to Darryl:

"Out of all the activities that I am actively involved in, the focus of my life right now is receiving an education. An education will ultimately play a more important rule in my life than all of the activities that I am currently involved in."

Each week the Temple Daily Telegram profiles an outstanding Central Texas high school youth. Selections are made with the assistance of school administrators, teachers and other members of our Central Texas communities.