The Central Red Devils are looking to make a lot of noise come fall, but that didn’t stop them from doing the same this summer.
Central impressed in the USA Football 7-on-7 National Championship Series in Hoover. In Game 1 on Thursday, the Red Devils defeated Austin 25-14. They later had a tough 18-11 loss to Opelika in which Central wide receiver Justyn Ross made a great catch on the final play but was unable to come down in bounds.
Glenwood wide receiver Cameron O’Neil will be committing next week, he tweeted on July 11. He named Illinois, Memphis, Pittsburgh, Troy and Virginia as his top schools on June 16.
Kendrick running back Kayleem Bonds received an offer from Muskingum University in New Concord, Ohio. Bonds named Jacksonville State, Eastern Kentucky, Shorter, Georgia State, Georgia Southern and Kennesaw State as his schools on June 17.
Central freshman quarterback Trey Miles participated in the Southern Elite 150 football camp in Clarksdale, Miss. on Thursday.
Smiths Station first baseman Olivia Sinquefield committed to North Georgia on July 13. Sinquefield hit .419 with 2 home runs and 14 RBIs in 2017 and was an All-Bi-City Spring Softball First Teamer.
So happy to announce I've decided to commit to the University of North Georgia! Go Nighthawks! pic.twitter.com/svDXHSRMGa— liv (@OSinquefield) July 13, 2017
Brookstone’s Katherine Snavely committed to play at West Georgia on July 1.
Hardaway senior guard Greg Countryman Jr. took an unofficial visit to LaGrange College Thursday.
“It was an interesting day and I appreciate the opportunity,” Countryman said.
Harris County’s Jessika Carter dispelled apparent rumors regarding where she’s going to college on Twitter Thursday. She listed her top 10 schools on May 12 but has provided no updates since.
I'm still undecided on where I want to go to school . It's a lot of rumors going around & I just need to clear the air— Jessika Carter (@jessikaaacarter) July 14, 2017
Columbus baseball catcher Ben Schorr played in the Wilson Premier in Sarasota, Fla. Schorr, a rising sophomore, played in 14 games for the Blue Devils in 2017, hitting .281 with one home run and eight RBIs.
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