OL Quinten Clewlow looking for another championship

Football can be a lifeline for so many, and Quinten Clewlow found his peace of mind on the field. The Class of 2020 offensive lineman out of CFC50 Catholic Central has spent ten years around the game, and is now hoping to extend his career beyond the high school level.

Naturally, Clewlow was first thrown into the sport because he wanted to be just like his father, but eventually he grew to love the sport because of all the life lessons you can learn along the journey,

“In the beginning, back when I was 7, the thing that made me get into football was because I wanted to follow in my father’s footsteps. But after my first season I quickly fell in love with the sport. It has helped me throughout my life with the skills that were learned on the practice field, and my ability to transfer those skills into everyday life. For example, a good work ethic, never giving up, always trying to reach my goals, and putting 100% effort into anything I do.”

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