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Senior Feature| Kionte Crocker

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Kionte Crocker (’14), a traditional senior, plans on attending William Penn University after he graduates. During his four years at Robinson, he has enjoyed many experiences, although he admits that his favorite was the sport he played.
“My favorite experience here was basically being with my wrestling team,” said Crocker.
In college, he will major in Engineering Technology, and hopes to eventually start his own business, as well as become an assistant wrestling coach for a high school.
“I like computers, phones, and game systems,” said Crocker. “And I love wrestling.”
Although he has big plans for the future, he will miss wrestling for Robinson. However, there are a few things that he is excited to leave behind.
“I won’t miss the work: homework, class work, and projects,” he said.

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