Prep Spotlight: Durango lacrosse senior Cullen Robinette goes for record book

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Prep Spotlight: Durango lacrosse senior Cullen Robinette goes for record book

Cullen looks to top older brother as Demons’ leader
No matter what position he plays on the lacrosse field, Durango senior Cullen Robinette brings skill and fiery energy for the Demons.
Cullen Robinette was second in scoring for the Durango boys basketball team last year on the way to a second-round state tournament appearance.
Cullen Robinette of Durango High School, right, has grown into one of the best players in Durango boys lacrosse history behind only his older brother, Kyle.
Cullen Robinette of Durango High School drives to the basket against rival Montrose during a game earlier this year.

Prep Spotlight: Durango lacrosse senior Cullen Robinette goes for record book

No matter what position he plays on the lacrosse field, Durango senior Cullen Robinette brings skill and fiery energy for the Demons.
Cullen Robinette was second in scoring for the Durango boys basketball team last year on the way to a second-round state tournament appearance.
Cullen Robinette of Durango High School, right, has grown into one of the best players in Durango boys lacrosse history behind only his older brother, Kyle.
Cullen Robinette of Durango High School drives to the basket against rival Montrose during a game earlier this year.
Behind the scenes

What is your favorite sports movie?: “Hoosiers”

Who is your favorite musical artist?: J Cole.

What do you like to eat before or after a game?: Probably chicken Alfredo after the game.

Who is your favorite athlete?: Kobe Bryant.

If you could have any superpower, what would you pick and why?: To be able to fly because you could go anywhere you wanted and not have to worry about airfare.

What is your favorite local outdoor activity?: Snowboarding up at Purgatory.

If you could take a trip anywhere in the world, where would you go?: Hawaii because I’ve never been there; definitely nice and warm all of the time.

What teacher has had the biggest impact on you?: My coach, Alan Batiste. Even off of the court, he’s great. I’ve had him for PE, a class called dance fitness, and it was fun. Heading into it, I didn’t know what to expect, but he showed me how to open up and not worry about everything else and have fun.

Do you have a role model?: My dad. He always talked about how he does what he loves, and I just hope to do what I love and not make it a job. He’s always encouraging me to do by best.

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