Senior Feature: Cam Piecewicz


Photo Source: Provided by Cam Piecewicz

Aidan Rich, Copy Editor

Cam is a graduating senior at Pentucket.

Cam is a three season athlete. She ran cross country, indoor track, and outdoor track all four years of high school. She was elected captain for all three, and the team won the League Sportsmanship Award during indoor track this year.

In addition to athletics, Cam participated in other activities and groups while at Pentucket. She was on the prom committee and she was also a Peer Mentor for two years. Cam also was a member of Students Against Destructive Decisions (SADD) for three years. 

Cam said that she is “going to miss so much about Pentucket.” She notes that she will especially miss her friends and teachers, giving shoutouts to Ms. Costello, Mrs. Beaton, Mrs. Chory, and Ms. Cromwell. She also will miss her coaches that she has also had as teachers, saying that she will miss “spending time in school and out of school with them.”

In her spare time, Cam works at Cafe Sarina in Georgetown, scooping ice cream. She also volunteers her time at the Merrimac Public Library once a week, as well as at road races and at the Unified Track and Field Special Olympics.

When asked about memories at Pentucket, Cam said, “There are just too many to name!” Some of her fondest memories include running with her teammates, bus rides, long days at meets, lunch with her friends, and hitting the top of the stop sign after finishing a run. She also added that “winning Spirit Week was pretty fabulous as well.”

In the fall, Cam will attend Penn State University to study Elementary and Early Childhood Education in hopes of becoming an elementary school teacher.