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    What can’t she do?

    Little Flower senior Jenna Markocki has mastered the art of multitasking. She’s an All-Catholic on the diamond, an ace student in the classroom and works two after-school jobs.

    As coaches across all levels will tell you, some athletes just have “it.” The “it factor” can mean a lot of things, but in most cases it tends to be an amalgam of exemplary leadership on the field and fantastic character displayed off it.

    A family affair

    — Lindsey Gibbs’ grandmother swayed her and her sister toward Little Flower. The decision has certainly paid off.

    A family affair

    — Lindsey Gibbs’ grandmother swayed her and her sister toward Little Flower. The decision has certainly paid off.

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  • After the under-the-radar Sentinels went on a run in last year’s postseason, Milio said it was Markocki who reined the team in and made sure their heads didn’t get too big after beating Archbishop Wood; when Little Flower was eliminated, Milio’s returning leader immediately pushed the focus to taking care of unfinished business the following season.

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  • “I wasn’t too familiar with her, but right away I saw her leadership stand out,” said first-year head coach Dan Milio, who replaced the retired John Strunk.

    A family affair →