Signing Day at Hyde Park Baptist A pair of Panthers inked letters of intent:-Chase Bradley (Air Force Academy football)-Whitney Whitehill (Southwestern University soccer) Shawn Clynch, KVUE 5:14 PM. CST February 07, 2018 A pair of Hyde Park Baptist Panthers were honored and celebrated on National Signing Day.Chase Bradley and Whitney Whitehill will continue their athletic careers on the college level. Bradley will play football at the Air Force Academy and Whitehill will play soccer at...
National Signing Day at Lake Travis High School Four Cavalier football players inked letters of intent:*Reid Bacon - Texas A&M University - Commerce*Kade Langston - Texas State University *Nathan Parodi - University of Arkansas*Steven Posey - Midwestern State University Shawn Clynch, KVUE 5:23 PM. CST February 07, 2018 Four members of the state runners up, Lake Travis Cavaliers inked letters of intent.Defensive lineman, Reid Bacon signed with the NCAA division II national champs, Texas...
A half dozen Leander Lions inked letters of intent this morning beginning with Alex Hensley, who will play football at Lewis & Clark College in Portland, Oregon. A pair Lady Lions soccer players will continue their careers. Madison Mallach at St. Edward's in Austin and Marrissa Porris at Colorado State University. Emily Walton will play softball at Avila University in Kansas City, Missouri. A pair of Lady Lion basketball stars will play on the college level.
@joeagleason@_Mitch00@JackYatesHoops@KvngDeuce Good stuff, Gleez! Can’t wait to watch them both grow into their roles at SFA. Keller and staff will develop them if they buy in and I have faith they will. Both are skilled and can help lead us to the Sweet 16. Miss you bro!
After Nevada rallied back to beat Texas in OT, the broadcast's F-bomb delay button pushing guy was clearly asleep when Nevada's excited head coach, Eric Musselman entered the lockerroom. lol
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