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Battlefield athletes sign with colleges

A number of Battlefield students signed letters of intent on Wednesday to play sports at college.

Battlefield athletes sign with colleges

Courtesy Photo/Rachael Kerxton Beginning with the front row, left to right: Alexa Wagoner, Girls Soccer, Iona College – Savannah “Tori” Clark, Girls Lacrosse, Savannah College of Art and Design – Taylor “TK” Kerxton, Girls Soccer, Wake Forest University – Brianna “Bri” Toelle, Girls Soccer, University of Iowa – Hanna Radhi, Volleyball, James Madison University – Faith Wells, Girls Lacrosse, Liberty University – Nicole Carter, Cross Country, United States military Academy – West Point Back Row, left to right: Jack Taylor, Football, Washington and Lee University – Ryan Swingle, Football, Virginia Military Institute – Nick Newman, Football, Liberty University – Brandon Dukeman, Football, Virginia Military Institute
A number of Battlefield students signed letters of intent on Wednesday to play sports at college.
Alexa Wagoner will play soccer at Iona College.
Tori Clark will play lacrosse at Savannah College of Art and Design.
Taylor “TK” Kerxton will play soccer at Wake Forest University.
Brianna “Bri” Toelle will play soccer at the University of Iowa.
Hanna Radhi will play volleyball at James Madison University.
Faith Wells will play lacrosse at Liberty University.
Nicole Carter will run cross country at the United States Military Academy at West Point.
Jack Taylor will play football for Washington and Lee University.
Ryan Swingle will play football for the Virginia Military Institute.
Nick Newman will play football for Liberty University
Brandon Dukeman will play football for the Virginia Military Institute.
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