Andrew cropAndrew is pictured above immediately after his signing with his parents Thomas and Tracy Hoskins.

Warrior wrestler Andrew Hoskins recently signed with Campbellsville
University, a school with three individual state titles under its belt.
With a season record of 39-2 (twenty-two of which were pins) and a third
place spot at the OHSAA state wrestling championships this year,
Hoskins looks to deepen the bench at the Kentucky school.

Assistant wrestling coach Mark Adams had high praise for Hoskins. 

"Andrew wrestled for half a year and had a 39 in 2 record. That is
just phenomenal," said Adams. "He scored over 213 points for the team
throughout the season because of this pin points. In fact, he was
crucial to our being a really good dual team because we could count on
him to put the other kid on his back."

Although Hoskins is an elite wrestler, it is his character that impressed his coach the most. 

"This was Andrew's first year with us," said Adams. "He was quiet at
first, but even with all the things that happened this year (with
ineligibility), he kept a positive attitude through the adversity.
That's what you want to see. It's satisfying knowing he's going out into
the world with a such a good attitude. If he can take the adversity in
his high school wrestling career that he's had this year, and carry that
over ito the rest of his life, I have no doubt he will have success in
college, his family, and his relationship with God."

As for Hoskins' future at Campbellsville, he is looking forward to the small school feel of Campbellsville.

"I like a smaller college," said Hoskins. "I'm from a small town and I
thought it would be easier to adapt to a college life in a small

Hoskins plans to study criminal justice at CU in the hopes of becoming a police officer or a truant officer and wrestling coach.

Congratulations, Andrew! We look forward to hearing about your future successes!


Pictured above: Morgan signs with CCU as her parents, Steve and Heidi Vaughan, and CCU soccer coach Brad Gough look on.

Morgan Vaughan recently signed to play soccer for Cincinnati Christian University where she plans to pursue a degree in business.

This was Morgan's third year on the varsity team where she was a defensive leader and helped the team reach the district championships. She received the Kettering Sports Medicine Sportsmanship Award for her excellent play and character.

"Morgan is one of the most technically sound players on the team," said Coach Jessica Orme. "I have enjoyed watching Morgan grow into a strong, dependable defensive leader. Not only does Morgan have impressive skills, but she also has strong character. She is a very unselfish teammate and is always willing to do whatever is needed to help the team succeed. She is enthusiastic, creative and a blast to be around."

Vaughan is looking forward to a collegiate career and appreciates the scholarship offered to her by CCU. However, she also values its location.

"It's close to home," said Vaughan. "And I'll get to play soccer and do so fairly soon.

Senior Sam Worley, pitcher for the Warrior baseball team, was named
WHIO's Athlete of the Week. His record this season is 8-1-2 with 75

Usually, an athlete is nominated by someone in the community. But
this was not the case with Worley. The Athlete of the Week segment
producer of WHIO news, Mike Hartsock, found him. 

"I get nominations all the time," said Hartsock, "but I knew about
Sam by following the stats and I had the opportunity to go watch him
play myself."

Brooke Preston committed to run track for Division II Lee University
on Friday. During Preston's four-year career at Dayton Christian, she
has advanced to the OHSAA Regionals three times, and she ran at State as
a sophomore. She currently shares the school recored for the 100-yard
dash as well as the 4x200 relay. 

"Brooke is a very determined, goal-oriented person whose favorite
activity in soccer as well as track is to 'run 'em down,'" said
Assistant Track Coach Gordon Carlson. "On a personal level, I have found
her to be a delightful, honest, and upright girl. I think she's going
to do great at Lee."

It took Preston a while to decide on a college, but she is satisfied now with the fit she's found at the Cleveland university.

"I've had a long college search," said Preston. "I visited school
after school, but I always found some flaw that made me unwilling to
commit. Lee was the last university I visited, and I felt like I was

Preston will major in communications and minor in theater at Lee.

Big time news for our tennis team: Brendan Fortener finishes in the top 4
in the sectional tournament! He makes it through to the Districts!

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