Norman North’s Sidney Redmon: Fall Sports MVP Presented By Landers of Norman

By Derrick Smith

Hard work is important to becoming a better athlete. If you do not put in the work, you cannot expect to see improvement. While the work is important, Sidney Redmon says that there is something else that is just as important.

“You need to have a positive attitude every single day,” she said. “I also make sure I work as hard as I can, no matter what we are doing.”

Redmon is a sophomore at Norman North High School. She plays shortstop and outfield for the Lady Timberwolves. Sidney says that she loves softball, a sport that she began playing when she was in kindergarten. Stephanie Kane, Norman North head softball coach, says that she is thankful for players like Redmon.

“Sidney is one of the leaders of our program,” she said. “Her relentlessness and determination are what make her such a great ball player.”

The highlight moment of Sidney’s career took place earlier this school year.

“My best moment was when I hit a homerun in one of our tournaments this season,” she said.

Along with athletics, Redmon is also involved with Christians on Campus, Key Club, and Teen Volunteers. Outside of school, she likes to hang out with her family and friends and watch Stranger Things.