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Mount Pisgah grads to play at college level
by Staff Reports
June 19, 2013 12:24 PM | 2771 views | 0 0 comments | 66 66 recommendations | email to a friend | print
Fourteen recent graduates of Mount Pisgah have committed to playing college athletics starting in the fall of 2013.

The athletes are Madison Wickline (Harding University, softball), Paige Church (Newberry College, cheerleading), Taylor Carlson (Wofford, tennis), Katie Strawinski (Colby College, cross country and track), Emily Raymer (Rollins College, basketball), Madison Claytor (Ohio University, softball), Camille Tracy (Georgia College, softball), Evan Piedrahita (Birmingham Southern, golf), Grant Hicks (Georgia Tech, cross country and track), Ryan Felice (Davidson, football), Kevin Wisner (Sewanee, baseball), Flint Geier (Cornell, football), Adrian Celata (Tusculum College, baseball) and Kyle Jackson (Coastal Carolina, baseball).

“We’re extremely proud of these fourteen graduates and happy to see how their hard work and commitment has paid off,” said Mt. Pisgah athletic director Blake Davenport. “It’s a real blessing to be part of a school that is helping develop and prepare such great student athletes at an incredible rate. I’m fortunate to be able to see how each of our great coaches develop all our student athletes for life after high school, whether playing in college is part of the journey or not.”

The Patriots are coming off a stellar campaign this past season, highlighted by the softball team earning the Georgia Class A state title and the girl’s tennis team finishing runner-up in the playoffs while seeking to win its third-consecutive state title.

The boys’ and girls’ cross country teams each finished fourth in the state meet while the boys’ golf team came in third place during the state finals. Wickline, Claytor, Felice and Geier were named to All-State teams in their respective sports.

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