Classroom Champion - Brooke Gully - March 2, 2017

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COLLEGE STATION, Texas - Classroom Champions, presented by American Momentum Bank.

News 3 Sports would like to congratulate our latest Classroom Champion, Brooke Gully. The A&M Consolidated High School Senior has a 4.6 GPA, and is currently ranked in the top 3 percent of her class.

Freda Carraway - Teacher
“I have known Brooke since she was a kindergartner with my son, and I have watched her grow up. I was lucky enough last year and the year before that to actually have her in the classroom. She was the editor for my copy for yearbook, and she found every error that anyone made. It made my job so much easier and I know it's the same for her in her sports events. She probably makes her coaches job so much easier just by working hard and motivating other people to be better at what their doing.”

Brooke is the Captain for the Lady Tiger soccer team. She was named 1st Team All Region, Academic All-District, and her Team's Offensive MVP for her efforts on the soccer field. Outside of sports, Brooke is the Co-President of the National Honor Society, she volunteers with the Symphony Belles, and she is a National Merit Scholar. In her spare time, Brooke enjoys waterskiing and wake-surfing, and weekly Bible studies with her fellow Seniors.

Stuart Keogh - Coach
“I think Brooke's a great example for A&M Consolidated because she does things the right way. She does things the right way in the classroom and on the field. She plays with class; she's a great teammate, and is not a selfish person at all. With Brooke pressure never gets to her I mean she could have a test the next day or a big game coming up and you would never know. Always friendly, she's always outgoing, she's always worried about other people instead of herself and that's a pretty special thing for a high school kid I think.”

Brooke Gully - Student
“What motivates me the most on the soccer field and in the classroom is just seeing other people also working. And noticing that is my job to also work to benefit the team as a whole or to benefit my whole class. Just to keep everyone working and if someone not working it's going to impact the result of the game or just my grade on a test.”

After High School, Brooke plans on attending Texas Christian University, and will major in Nursing.

Congratulations to Brooke Gully of A&M Consolidated High School. This week’s News 3 Sports Classroom Champion!