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VIDEO: Owen Pappoe is a freak with 30 offers and only a freshman

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Grayon (Loganville, Ga.) outside linebacker Owen Pappoe is known as “The Freak.”

He’s 6 foot, 205 pounds and only a freshman. Offers starting coming in as an eighth grader and now as he finishes his ninth-grader year, the total stands at more than 30. 78 more words

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Spring sports signings keep rolling in across Brevard

Brevard County high school seniors continued to sign with college programs this week as their high school days drew to a close.

At Merritt Island, 12 signed from six sports teams on Friday. 395 more words

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Recruiting column: Answers to top 3 recruiting questions asked recently

 USA TODAY High School Sports has a weekly column on the recruiting process. This isn’t about where just the top five-star athletes are headed but rather a guide to the process and the pitfalls for student-athletes nationwide from Fred Bastie, the owner and founder of Playced.com.  977 more words

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Rockledge, Viera, Merritt Island softball alive

Three Brevard County high school softball teams remain and will play regional semifinal games on Tuesday, and at least one will survive.

Merritt Island and Rockledge will meet at 7 p.m. 472 more words

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FHSAA lacrosse playoffs open Friday

When the Rockledge High girls lacrosse team went on the road last year and won an FHSAA playoff game, it may have been a surprise to statewide observers of the sport. 429 more words

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Princeton-bound Avon standout completes family legacy

Folks around Avon High School have a lot of good things to say about senior Andrew Griffin, but Orioles football coach Mark Bless might have the highest praise of all, considering the school’s athletic and academic history. 659 more words

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Portland three-sport athlete earns MHSAA scholarship

PORTLAND – Growing up, Trevor Trierweiler aspired to follow in his family’s footsteps and play college baseball.

The Portland High School senior will do just that next spring as a member of the Kalamazoo College baseball team, and he’ll take a reputable scholarship with him. 228 more words

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