Carroll County School System Athletes Sign to Play at the Collegiate Level

Feb 09 2018

Carroll County School System is proud to announce that there were twenty-two student athletes to sign National Letters of Intent to continue their education and to play sports at the collegiate level.

From Villa Rica High School, the following students have signed letters of intent. Elijah Fluker, football, New Mexico Military Institute; Abbeygail Gamble, softball, Berry College; Mollie Goen, volleyball, Pointe University; Terry Joiner, football, ASA College; Isabella Rohr, softball, Southern Union State Community College; Bryson Smith, baseball, Emmanuel College; Kelvin Stevenson, football, Jacksonville University; Travis Taylor, football, Missouri Valley College; Josh Walker, football, University of Tennessee at Chattanooga; Baylee Walls, softball, Emory University; and Izayah Shackleford, football, Missouri Valley College.

Brittany Shivers from Temple High School has signed her National Letter of Intent and will be attending Truett McConnell University where she will be continuing her education as well as playing volleyball for the Bears.

From Mt Zion High School, the following students have as well signed their letters of intent and will be continuing their education and playing collegiate level sports. CJ Ackles, football, Samford University in Birmingham, Alabama; Jana Crews, softball, East Georgia State College in Swainsboro, Georgia; Kareem Walker, football, Birmingham Prep in Hoover, Alabama; and Taylor Knight, softball, West Georgia Technical College in Carrollton, Georgia.

Bowdon High School had three students sign their letters of intent. Macy Bearden, softball, Jacksonville State; Treasure Shaw, softball, Point University; and Maci Holloway, basketball, Southern Union.

Fedarian Williams from Central High School will be attending Middle Georgia State University where he will play football for the MGS Knights. Williams plans to pursue a career in the medical field. Dylan High from Central High School signed to play baseball for Gordon State College. High plans to major in computer science. Malcolm Brown, also from Central High School, will play football for Middle Georgia State University and plans to study engineering.