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Senior Spotlight — Seth Hundley Brown

MADISON – Seth Hundley Brown is a graduating senior at St. John Paul II Catholic High School.

At JPII, Brown’s favorite class was chemistry. He liked “to learn how substances can react in different ways.”

Brown achieved a GPA of 3.96. He was a member of National Honor Society, National Art Honor Society, Link Crew, Student Council, Retreat Team and Fellowship of Christian Athletes.

A JPII sports standout, Brown was starting quarterback for the Falcons, and he also handled the position of point guard. His numerous honors include All State Quarterback, 4A “Back of the Year” finalist, five-time “Player of the Week” with al.com and “Player of the Week” for the Southeast region with MaxPreps.

Seth’s parents are Dawn Martin and Darrell Brown and Zanetta Brown. Seth’s one sibling is Arsemen Brown, 23.

“I am attending the United States Military Academy at West Point. I plan to major in chemistry. I am playing football there,” Seth said.

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