Central's Seth Bauserman may not get a lot of sleep, but he's accomplishing quite a bit in both academics, and athletics. "I'm up late a lot at night and stuff but my parents always stressed, academics come first, sports are a privilege." says Seth Bauserman.
"The fact that he participates in three sports, year long and maintains a high quality G-P-A is hard to come by nowadays, and I think that's a to his work ethic and soforth," says Seth's Government Teacher Donn Foltz.
He's a four year member of the National Honor Society, and he will graduate with several college credits.
But his accomplishments don't end in the classroom. "The biggest thing is with Seth, is accountability. He's there every day. He's there for every practice, he's there for every game, he never asks to come out, he never asks for a day off or anything like that, he's accountable for himself, and without saying a lot that's being a great leader as well," says Seth's Football Coach Mike Yew.
Seth is a three year starter in three varsity sports. He was second team All-district in two sports, and as a senior linebacker, he had 99 this past fall.
"Knowing the time he puts in on the gridiron, the baseball field, the basketball court, and also in the classroom, to have success in both, that's a special kid," says Donn Foltz.
"You like to talk about this is what you need to strive for. This is what you're shooting for. We need kids to be accountable in the classroom as well as on the sports field," says Mike Yew.
And Seth doesn't plan on leaving the classroom or the sports world after graduation.
"One day I want to maybe teach and also coach something. I've had good experiences with all my coaches and just that love for the game," says Seth.