Putnam City North's Noah Batts – Character Counts Presented by Mercy Clinic Orthopedics

Mercy Clinic Orthopedics

Putnam City North varsity swimmer, Noah Batts, is a senior and has enjoyed his final season in the pool for the Panthers. Batts, one of the leaders on the team, said his teammates mean a lot to him. 

“We get along really well and always have fun no matter what,” said Batts. 

This season Batts is swimming the 100 Free, 50 Free, 100 Backstroke and the 100 Fly. His hard work is paying off the pool.

“The season has been going really well,” said Batts. 

Batts started his swimming career as a young teenager, but growing up in elementary school, it was another sport that kept him busy. 

“I started to swim when I was around the age of 13 and before that I used to play soccer starting at the age of six,” said Batts. 


In the classroom, Batts maintains his focus and works hard to keep up with this assignments and grades. 

“I try to stay ahead of the work and keep on track so that I don’t get behind when I have to leave school,” said Batts. 

Batts is a member of the King Marlin Swim Club and his future plans may include joining the service and working towards a degree. 

“Right now, I plan on enlisting into the Navy and maybe later on get my degree after serving,” said Batts. 

He mentioned his father being a person he has always looked up to and someone who has made a major impact on his life. 

“My dad has the most influence because He is always teaching me about the best ways to act and live my life to the fullest,” said Batts.