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Ada athletes sign to play college sports

Five Ada Cougar football players will continue their careers at the collegiate level.

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Five Ada Cougar football players will continue their careers at the collegiate level.

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Six Ada High seniors signed college letters of intent for an opportunity to play at the next level: Micah Hutchins, Jacob Granger, Karson Rogers, Vaughn Appleman, Colby Eaker, and Rumor LeJeune.

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Micah Hutchins signs with the University of Central Oklahoma.

Micah Hutchins

Hutchins signed with the University of Central Oklahoma in Edmond (UCO), where he will play Bronco football. Hutchins was awarded a full-ride scholarship.

“I signed there because it was probably my favorite college that I visited and had a really great vibe to it. All the players were really cool and welcoming, and I don’t have to pay for anything,” said Hutchins.

 

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Jacob Granger signed a letter of intent to play football for Henderson State University.

Jacob Granger

Granger will travel out of state to Henderson State University in Arkadelphia, Arkansas.  He will become part of the Henderson football program and received a scholarship.

“The college I felt that best suited me is Henderson State because I love the campus and the coaches. The town had a hometown feel to it and fits me the best,” Granger said.

 

 

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Karson Rogers signed with Henderson State.

Karson Rogers

Rogers has also signed to play football with Henderson State where he will receive a football scholarship.

 

“I signed at Henderson State because the atmosphere there is very welcoming. The coaches are all cool and the players are too. The campus has a home feel to it,” said Rogers.

 

 

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Vaughn Appleman will continue his football career with the University of Central Oklahoma.

 

Vaughn Appleman

Appleman will be attending the University of Central Oklahoma in Edmond this fall.  He has signed a letter of intent to play foootball for the Broncos and will be receiving a scholarship.

“I wanted to go to UCO because I like the coaching staff and it is close to home,” Appleman said.

 

 

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Southern Nazarene University will be the collegiate home of Colby Eaker.

Colby Eaker

Eaker signed at Southern Nazarene University to further his football career.

“I signed at Southern Nazarene because it is a close knit group of people with amazing coaching staff I thought would turn us into better athletes and also better men. I thought it seemed like a good environment and a fun place to play,” said Eaker.

 

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Rumor LeJeune will play soccer as an ECU Tiger.

Rumor LeJeune

LeJeune declared her intent to attend East Central University in Ada, Oklahoma where she will join the Tiger soccer team under scholarship.

“I signed at East Central because they are going to give me a scholarship for soccer and I get to stay right here at home,” LeJeune said.

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