Football players celebrate signing

Country club hosts area players

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Football players celebrate signing

After attending the signing event at Norwood Hills Country Club, senior football players KeAndre Bledsoe, Ter’shawn Wharton, Caleb Herndon, Jabriee Mason, Thompson Brown and Cortez Simmons head back

After attending the signing event at Norwood Hills Country Club, senior football players KeAndre Bledsoe, Ter’shawn Wharton, Caleb Herndon, Jabriee Mason, Thompson Brown and Cortez Simmons head back

Catherine Hoff

After attending the signing event at Norwood Hills Country Club, senior football players KeAndre Bledsoe, Ter’shawn Wharton, Caleb Herndon, Jabriee Mason, Thompson Brown and Cortez Simmons head back

Catherine Hoff

Catherine Hoff

After attending the signing event at Norwood Hills Country Club, senior football players KeAndre Bledsoe, Ter’shawn Wharton, Caleb Herndon, Jabriee Mason, Thompson Brown and Cortez Simmons head back

Lucy Wurst, Staff Writer

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Area seniors signing for college football had a chance to celebrate at a breakfast thrown by the National Football Foundation at the Norwood Hills Country Club on Feb. 3. The breakfast started with a speech from Howard Richards, former Dallas Cowboys player. All of the players lined up at the podium and announced their college of choice. After breakfast the players headed back to the high school to sign their letters of intent. Parents and relatives huddled around their players to show their support. “The scholarship [Garden City Community College] gave me was for a full ride for books and tuition,” said KeAndre Bledsoe. “I also received a $1000 scholarship for being named MVP of the senior All Star game to help with housing.” Bledsoe hopes to ultimately be recruited by a larger school.

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