Harris County volleyball playerChelsea Falk
will sign with Piedmont College on Wednesday, and quarterback/athleteDetavis Buggs
will sign with Highland (Kan.) Community College on March 8.
Buggs (6-0, 170), a four-year starter, was selected to the Ledger-Enquirer's preseason Dandy Dozen team, rushed for 700 yards, passed for 400 and accounted for five touchdowns as a senior. He had a verbal offer from Eastern Kentucky and interest from Navy and Middle Tennessee State during his senior season and was voted a second-team All-Bi-City athlete. As a junior, Buggs was a second-team All-Bi-City athlete with 180 carries for 1,065 yards and 10 rushing TDs and was 17-for-49 passing for 143 yards.
Falk was a second-team All-Bi-City Volleyball selection after a senior season in which she had 212 kills (2.3 kpg) and 138 blocks (1.5 bpg). She had 90 kills, 27 aces, five assists, 16 blocks and 61 digs as a junior. Piedemont College is located in Demorest, Ga.