Port Clinton High School announced the Senior Spotlights for February are Carter Blaesing and Brooke Martinez.
Carter Blaesing is involved in numerous activities at Port Clinton High School. He serves as President of Key Club and is a member of National Honor Society, Leadership Council and a Freshmen Mentor. As a student-athlete, Carter has been named a Kiwanis Scholar Athlete. In swimming he has been a member of the SBC Runner Up Teams every year, State Qualifier and team captain.
In the off season Blaesing has been committed to swimming and working to improve as part of the Sand Otters Swim Team. Carter is involved in the CEO program and gaining real world experience as part of the Port Clinton City School District Technology Team. This talented student will graduate with Summa Cum Laude honors.
Next year he plans to further his education majoring in Cyber Security at either the University of Cincinnati or The Ohio State University. Carter is the son of Melanie Watling and Carl Blaesing.
Brooke Martinez has been very active in student life at Port Clinton High School by being a member of National Honor Society and four-year member of Leadership Council. She is Vice President of the International Club and was selected to be part of the Lead Like a Redskin program. Martinez has been a four-year member of the Soccer team, three-year captain and four-year member of the Girls Basketball Team serving as captain two years.
In the off-season Brooke worked to improve her soccer skills by participating in an indoor soccer league. Brooke has been named a Kiwanis Scholar Athlete numerous times and could always be found helping with youth soccer academy and basketball camps. Brooke is the daughter of Roy Martinez and Jill Nehls Martinez. She was recently accepted at The Ohio State University to continue her education and plans to major in Chemistry with a minor in Forensics.