Seniors to continue athletic careers in college

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Seniors to continue athletic careers in college

Nine seniors signed letters of intent on Wednesday, May 1. The Class of 2019 has a total of 24 student-athletes who will further their careers in college.

Nine seniors signed letters of intent on Wednesday, May 1. The Class of 2019 has a total of 24 student-athletes who will further their careers in college.

Photo courtesy of Mrs. Melinda Martin

Nine seniors signed letters of intent on Wednesday, May 1. The Class of 2019 has a total of 24 student-athletes who will further their careers in college.

Photo courtesy of Mrs. Melinda Martin

Photo courtesy of Mrs. Melinda Martin

Nine seniors signed letters of intent on Wednesday, May 1. The Class of 2019 has a total of 24 student-athletes who will further their careers in college.

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Another group of student-athletes signed letters of intent to further their athletic careers at colleges and universities across the country. In a ceremony held after school in the Young Center Auditorium on Wednesday, May 1, nine seniors were celebrated in front of friends, family, teachers, coaches, and administrators, bringing the total number of future college athletes from the Class of 2019 to 24.

Emmett Branford (lacrosse) – University of Montevello

Riley Costas (basketball) – Berry College

Matthew Gonzalo (basketball) – Washington University

Luke Griffin (tennis) – LaGrange College

Stephen Hudson (football) – Berry College

Chris Miller (football) – Georgia Tech

Blake Reynolds (swimming) – Monmouth University

Mike Spear (baseball) – Chattanooga State Community College

Anthony Tiberia (lacrosse) – University of Mary Washington