UPDATED- Photos: National Signing Day for some local high school athletes

C.A. Johnson High School standout Dahon Mixon (center, seated), announced he will attend Dodge City Community College on a football scholarship. Pictured (left to right) are Assistant Principal Dr. G. Cleve Pilot; head football coach Ernest Logan; Dahon’s father Charles Mixon; athletics director Gregory Pickett; Assistant Principal Cedric Wright; coach Christopher Malone and Dahon’s grandmother Beatrice McClinton. (Photo Contributed)

 

Wednesday is National Signing Day. It is the date that high school athletes, who have been extended offers of scholarships to play a college sport, sign their letters-of-intent.

Four River Bluff student athletes signed commitments to various universities to continue their academic and athletic careers, Wednesday. These four student-athletes are Dawson Henis – Football – Wofford University; Marcelo Malpartida – Men’s Soccer – College of Charleston; Bryce Kinard – Women’s Soccer – Lander University; Jordan Thomas – Women’s Soccer – Lander University. (Photos Contributed.)

 

Brookland-Cayce High School signees are: Tay Pringle, football, Coastal Carolina University; Cheer Team, Selena Riley, Limestone; Cam Brown, football, Limestone. Also pictured are parents with Tay are: Lisa Pringle, Lamar Ray (stepdad) and Robin Pringle (grandmother.) Pictured with Selena are: Michelle Riley and Cheer Coach Alisha Dickerson. Pictured with Cam are: Mother Tawana Brown and Dad Stacey Jamison. With coaches Head Coach Rusty Charpia; and assistants: Phillip Blacha Matt Edwards; Curtis Fields; Lamar Ray; Stacey Bell and Robert Wells.

 

Signing to play college football from Airport High School are: Anthony Calhoun, St. Andrews University; Kerryon Richardson, Georgia State University; and Brett Burnett, Mercer. They are pictured with AHS Head Football Coach Kirk Burnett and AHS Principal Brad Coleman.

 

Wednesday morning, nine White Knoll student-athletes signed their national letter of intent to continue their careers on the field and in the classroom.They are: Football, Shaheem Haltiwanger – SC State; Joe Beckett – Wofford College; Justin Riley – Limestone College; Sam Hayes – Wingate University. Girls Soccer: Maddisun Stoll – Erskine College; Harley King – USC Aiken; Brianne Marshall – The Citadel. Boys Soccer: Victor Oladipo – College of Charleston; and Isaiah Daley – Lander University.

 

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