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home : sports : local sports February 26, 2015



2/16/2013 8:05:00 AM
Wildcats sign letters of intent
Seated from left to right:  Bonnie Bruce (grandmother), Bill Bruce (father), Dylan Bruce, Wendy Bruce (mother) and Logan Bruce (brother).
Standing from left to right: Principal Rex Ward, Coach Devage Moore, Head Coach Chris Liner, Barbara Hart (grandmother), Coach Chad Ellis and Athletic Director Matt Huntsberger.
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Seated from left to right:  Bonnie Bruce (grandmother), Bill Bruce (father), Dylan Bruce, Wendy Bruce (mother) and Logan Bruce (brother).

Standing from left to right: Principal Rex Ward, Coach Devage Moore, Head Coach Chris Liner, Barbara Hart (grandmother), Coach Chad Ellis and Athletic Director Matt Huntsberger.

Seated from left to right:  Kevin Prater (father), Christopher Prater and Andrea Prater (mother).
Standing from left to right:  Principal Rex Ward, Coach Devage Moore, Head Coach Chris Liner, Coach Chad Ellis and Athletic Director Matt Huntsberger.
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Seated from left to right:  Kevin Prater (father), Christopher Prater and Andrea Prater (mother).

Standing from left to right:  Principal Rex Ward, Coach Devage Moore, Head Coach Chris Liner, Coach Chad Ellis and Athletic Director Matt Huntsberger.


NINETY SIX – Two of the Wildcats’ key players during the 2012 season signed national letters of intent to continue playing college at the next level at a ceremony on Friday.

Dylan Bruce will continue playing football for Limestone College, a program that will play its first intercollegiate game in fall 2014. Limestone College is located in Gaffney.

Christopher Prater will continue playing football at North Greenville University, a Division II school that looks to better its playoff run of 2012 under first year coach Jeff Farrington. North Greenville University is located in Tigerville.





















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