This week's A+ Athlete is Noah Robinson of Whitesboro High School. Noah is 3-sport athlete, competing in Football, basketball, and baseball.
In football he was 1st team all-district at 3 different positions, as a linebacker, defensive end, and tight end. He was also academic all district in all three sports.
"It's fun, it's exciting. I enjoy every bit of it," said Noah Robinson. "I enjoy the adrenaline rush, it just feels good because there's going to a reward at the end of it. I know I'm not doing it for nothing. There's something good coming out of it."
"He does everything right, he wants to do everything right," said Whitesboro baseball coach Curt Cole. "You can tell when he doesn't do it right, he gets mad at himself. He provides the example to the rest of the team."
Noah is also very involved off the field. He is a member of the National Honor Society, he's a health science award winner, he is a mentor at the Whitesboro Intermediate School, and he volunteers with the Special Olympics.
"My parents always taught me school work, school comes first," said Robinson. "Make sure you get your work done. I know if I really wanted to do something, I can put my mind to it and accomplish it."
"I'm honored," said Whitesboro English teacher Berna Dette Orr. "I've been honored to have had him as a student, he's just a special young man."
After graduation, Noah plans to serve his country by joining the Navy.