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Raider Athletes Sign on to Play on in College

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Raider Athletes Sign on to Play on in College

Carly Henning, Canby Biddle, Mary Ellen Enright, Paul Watkins, Caleb Vercek, Brody Westbrooks (Left to Right) are proud recipients of sport scholarships.

Carly Henning, Canby Biddle, Mary Ellen Enright, Paul Watkins, Caleb Vercek, Brody Westbrooks (Left to Right) are proud recipients of sport scholarships.

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Carly Henning, Canby Biddle, Mary Ellen Enright, Paul Watkins, Caleb Vercek, Brody Westbrooks (Left to Right) are proud recipients of sport scholarships.

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Carly Henning, Canby Biddle, Mary Ellen Enright, Paul Watkins, Caleb Vercek, Brody Westbrooks (Left to Right) are proud recipients of sport scholarships.

Grace Wood, Sports Editor

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Six Raider athletes honored the tradition of signing on to play sports at their respected colleges in ceremony. The signings take place at North Forsyth where families, friends and teammates can see their athletes move on to the next chapter as an athlete.

Mary Ellen Enright, who recently was named county player of the year, signed on to play volleyball with Shorter University. Carly Henning will be playing Lacrosse at Bevard University. Two North Forsyth Baseball players, Caleb Vercek and Brody Westbrooks, both will be playing in college. Vercek will be attending Young Harris University, and Westbrooks will be going to play for the Yellow Jackets at Georgia Tech. Wrestler Paul Watkins also received a scholarship to wrestle at Lehigh University.

Last but not least, Canby Biddle will be playing soccer at the University of Alabama. Biddle “encourage[s] other athletes to go for college scholarships. Even if it seems impossible and some days you just want to give up, the end result is so rewarding is so rewarding.” She also adds she has never worked so hard in her life and it has helped become a better person and a better athlete.

North Forsyth congratulates the players for their hard work and dedication to their sport and wish them the best in the next coming years as athletes!

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