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15 Auburn High School athletes ink letters of intent

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AUBURN, Ala. -

Head football coach Tim Carter says Wednesday is a day of celebration for Auburn High School athletics.

The Tigers program has fifteen players among six sports that will play college sports.

In football, Cameron Echols-Luper will play wide reciever at TCU.

The five star linebacker Reuben Foster will play for the defending national champions in the Alabama Crimson Tide.

Zay Lockhart signed his letter of intent to play at North Carolina A&T.

Cameron Reece and Wilkel Boler will remain teamates at Miles College.

Gevon Jones will play college football at Shorter College.

The Tigers have two girls soccer players who will play at the college level. Abby Jones will become a Clemson Tiger. Bethany Kuerten will play at Birmingham Southern.

For the softball team, Stephanie Gamper has signed on at Central Alabama Community College. Treslyn Reece will play at Armstrong Atlantic University in Savannah, Ga.

Four golfers from Auburn will take their game to the college links. For the girls, Meagan Heath is going to Belmont College and Sarah Anne Vaughn will play at Rhodes College.

For the boys, Jarrett Bettcher is going to Troy University and Ashton Nix will play golf at Samford University.

And for the girls track team, Francis Beasley has chosen Charleston Southern for her college destination.

 

Dayne Young

Dayne is a sports anchor and reporter for WRBL. He started covering the Chattahoochee Valley in September 2012. More>>

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