Mustang’s Curtis Josey – Character Counts Presented by Eskridge Honda

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By Kelsey Baucom

Mustang senior Curtis Josey has played basketball since he was about five or six years old. Over the years he quickly learned the value of maintaining a level of good character on and off the court.

“Good character means setting a good example and doing the right things when no one is looking,” he said. “On the court it’s lifting your teammates up and holding everyone responsible.”

As Josey strives for this in his personal life as well as basketball, he looks to his mother as a positive role model.

“A role model for me has been my mom,” he said. “She is very supportive of me and she always stays positive no matter what happens.”

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The 6’4 post is currently in his last season playing for the Broncos. The thing that he will remember the most about his high school career will be the people around him.

“My favorite thing about playing in high school is the relationships I’ve built with all my teammates,” he said.

Josey hopes to finish his senior season strong, and after graduation he will look forward to continuing his education as he pursues a degree.

“This season has been special because it’s my last year on the court and I hope to finish strong and leave an impact on the younger guys,” he said.

 

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