Thursday, February 7, 2013
Several Trojan athletes formally accepted college scholarship offers Wednesday.
Thursday, February 7
Several Lassiter High School, athletes signed national letters of intent with top universities, on Wednesday, including the University of Tennessee, the University of Georgia, and the University of Missouri. The Trojans won the 5AAAAAA region football championship and have nine students going to eight different schools, including Eddie Printz to Missouri and Ryan Jenkins to Tennessee. The other football players on National Signing Day included: Lassiter's Cobb County 2012 cross country athlete of the year, Morgan Ainslie, will be running for the University of Georgia on both the cross country and track and field teams. Sammi Green will be attending Florida International University to play softball. Two members of the Lassiter baseball team…
Wednesday, February 6, 2013
See where the county's top athletes are headed to continue their college careers.
Wednesday is National Signing Day, when high school athletes in football and other sports sign college scholarship offers. We'll be updating this article for the rest of the day and into Thursday, so if you'd like to share information, please e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org. If you'd like to share photos, please click the "Upload Photos and Videos" button next to this article. Please identify the persons in the photo, and make sure to provide the proper photo credit. Six football players at Campbell High School signed scholarship letters today, including Josh Miller (pictured in the main photo), who is headed for West Georgia Tech: At Northeast Cobb's Lassiter High School, senior student athletes signed national letters of intent with top …
No matter where you favorite local high school athlete is going to college, we'd love for you to share their big day.
Wednesday, February 6
Wednesday is national signing day, that annual tradition when top high school athletes reveal their college picks. We'd love to share those memories with the community, and you have some easy options to to post right to Northeast Cobb Patch: