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Local athletes sign to play at the next level

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FOOTBALL

Summers County:

Isaiah Brown- preferred walk-on at Marshall

T. J. Smith- Glenville State

Allen Brown- Glenville State

 

Oak Hill:

Hunter Brash- walk-on at WVU

Simeon Kees- Glenville State

Seth Keith- West Virginia Wesleyan

 

Wyoming East:

Christian Hedinger- Concord

Jaquan Ayers- Glenville State

Brian Whitt- Bluefield College

 

Greenbrier East:

Isaiah Kinder- William and Mary

 

Woodow Wilson:

Chase Hancock- preferred walk-on at Marshall

Ian Honaker- University of Charleston

 

SOCCER

Sarah Akers- Concord

 

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