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6/9/2021 4:48:00 AM
Cutter Law
In the bottom photo, Cutter is seen with his brother Jackson and Salty the dog.  
In the bottom photo, Cutter is seen with his brother Jackson and Salty the dog.  

Thomas Lark
Staff Writer


Cutter Law is running toward a bright future.

Law, a cross-country stand-out, is the son of Reed and Charlene Law and the brother of Jackson Law. Cutter told us he has lived in Denver his whole life, and he much enjoys boating on Lake Norman. He also shared some of his favorite memories of his time at the LCS Denver Campus.

“My favorite class in high school would have to be my 10th -grade biology,” he said. “The way my teacher, Dr. Thomas Rosche, brought the content from the paper into the classroom made it more than a class. This was an experience. It was more than what we learned in the class that made him special. He cared about our personal lives and always wanted to know how we were doing outside of the classroom as well.

“The thing that stands out to me most in high school was winning our third state championship in cross-country,” he continued. “There was a lot of pressure building up to it, because we had a lot of new faces on our team. The young guys really stepped up and helped us out. I am forever grateful for being a part of it and experiencing what it means to run for my coaches and Lincoln Charter.”

In August, it’s off to Columbia, SC, for Law. He plans to major in finance at the University of South Carolina.

“I don’t know what I see myself doing exactly in 10 years,” Law said. “However, I plan to be a better person, friend and Christian.

“The one piece of advice I would give to my peers would be to hold on to the people closest to you,” he added. “There are certain times in life where you just need a friend to reach out to for whatever. I know my friends will be there for me, and they know I will be there for them.”

 



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