Bartlesville’s Sydney Potts & Aubrey Boswell – Soccer Q&A – Presented by Tulsa Bone & Joint Bartlesville


Bartlesville’s Sydney Potts & Aubrey Boswell – Soccer Q&A


VYPE: What grade are you in and how long have you played soccer? 

Potts: I am a senior this year and have played soccer for 14 years. 

Boswell: I am in 11th grade and I have played soccer for about 13 or so years. 


VYPE: What was this season like for you personally? 

Potts: I learned a lot about leadership this year. My team voted me as one of their captains which was a huge honor. It was so fun to lead the team throughout the season through wins and losses. 

Boswell: Personally, this season was rough. I was struggling with a back injury and a strained groin for most of the season. 

VYPE: Do you have a favorite moment from the season? 

Potts: Beating Cascia Hall and then beating Booker T. Washington the next day.

Boswell: Scoring the game winning goal, off of a free kick, to beat Ponca City 3-2. I also scored the other two goals in that game so it was pretty cool to get a hat trick. 


VYPE: What are your plans after you graduate? 

Potts: I am planning on attending The University of Oklahoma studying Civil Engineering. 

Boswell: After graduation, I plan on going to college and majoring in nursing. I have not decided where I want to go to college yet. 


VYPE: Let’s discuss some of your teammates. Who on your team keeps everyone laughing? Who does the best impression of coach? Who talks the most noise on the field? Who can sleep anywhere? 

Potts: We are all really natural at doing dumb/embarrassing things so we all keep each other laughing. We had a very supportive and fun team this year!

Boswell: Taylor Mashburn always kept me laughing with her positive attitude and her goofy smile. Brilee Taylor always did the best impression of coach. Briley-Anne Brown always made the funniest noises while playing. Reagan Klose could always fall asleep on the bus, no matter how short the ride. 

VYPE: What’s the best thing about being a student-athlete at BHS?

Potts: I love the way the BHS allows students to be able to be a part of many sports while also being members of multiple student organizations . I have lettered in both high school volleyball and soccer throughout high school. BHS makes it easy to stay caught up academically and be involved in what you would like while also competing in practices and games. 

Boswell: The best thing about being a student athlete at BHS is the awesome training/spirit gear we get for our sport. I always love the support we get from the community. 


VYPE: What is your favorite meal to eat before a game? 

Potts: Definitely a Sonic drink and an apple. 

Boswell: My favorite meal before a game is a protein pack and gummy bears. 


VYPE: What is the first thing you are going to do once summer starts? 

Potts: I will be working at Pine Cove Christian Camps in Tyler, TX as a counselor.

Boswell: The first thing I plan to do for summer is go to the lake and swim!


VYPE: What will you always remember about your team and teammates? 

Potts: I will always remember the fun we would have during practices and games. Especially during Bruin Cup which is a tournament we play after our season. It is very competitive but so much fun to play against your teammates. 

Boswell: I will always remember how everybody collectively complained about our game shorts. Also, I will always remember how, any time we did any kind of physical activity, besides playing, we would all complain until we finished.