By: Logan Abbott
Porter. A name associated with football, hunting, weightlifting, and being an all-around good guy. It is for these reasons that junior, Brody Porter, is the candidate for this edition of The Squire’s Student Spotlight.
Among his many positive qualities, Brody is a pretty smart guy and goes to the Warren County Career Center to widen his horizons on what he wants to do in the future. At WCCC, he takes the Auto Tech class, which he not only enjoys, but will also prepare him for what he wants to do when he gets older, as he shared, “that’s just my career choice.”
As well as being a good guy in the classroom, Mr. Porter also represents Eisenhower well on the field. He is a standout on the Eisenhower football team, playing on the offensive line. When asked about his goals for the upcoming football season, he explained that he wants to help the team in any way possible and win the District 10 Championship as well as going undefeated. The Squire wishes Brody the best of luck and hopes that he and the rest of the EHS football team accomplish their goals.
When Brody is not at school, he spends his spare time outside in ways city kids could only dream of. When The Squire asked him about his hobbies, he replied by saying, “I like riding dirt bikes.” He also likes to spend quality time with his girlfriend.
As a teammate and a classmate, one of the things that impresses The Squire most is that Brody is respectful to adults and other peers in the classroom. He is a kind person, as he helps the underclassmen on the football team learn the plays and the formations. Because of his calm, good-natured personality, he is often called a very courteous person by his peers and his teachers.
Brody is respectful and kind to others, as we can see around the campus of Eisenhower. He is constantly giving people advice and bits of positive encouragement. So, next time you see Brody around, say hi, and wish him congratulations for being this issue of The Squire’s Student Spotlight.