Our daughter is a sophomore in her 2nd year of high school and junior ROTC. She is on the rifle team and will letter in this sport. When she applies for an ROTC scholarship (Marine option), will the board consider this sport at the same level as other sports? I know it seems early to worry, but she is very focused and determined to achieve an ROTC scholarship. She has the grades, leadership, and took the ACT for practice as a freshman (score 27, will improve), so in all other areas I think she has a good profile. She also participates in Venturing (boy scout co-ed program for adventure activities and service). She participates in no other team sports. Will rifle suffice? I'd love for her to simply continue to follow her passions (loves rifle team and venturing), rather than try to pad her application with things she is not really interested in. Thank you in advance for the input!