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Canton Student Athletes Sign Commitment Letters

48 student athletes from Cherokee County were honored at a banquet at Northside Hospital-Cherokee.

Student athletes from Creekview and Cherokee high schools that signed letters of intent to play college sports were recognized during a ceremony at Northside Hospital-Cherokee on Wednesday.

In total, 48 Cherokee County School District (CCSD) student athletes were received at a brunch in honor of their commitments on National Signing Day, the earliest day high school seniors are allowed to make a commitment to play college football.

Although football is the big draw on National Signing Day, the CCSD student athletes will be playing other sports such as baseball, wrestling, and track and field, among others.

You may soon see some locals playing in huge games for Division I schools; several students signed letters with schools such as UGA and Georgia Tech.

The list of committed student athletes from Canton's high schools is as follows:

HIGH SCHOOL STUDENT SPORT COLLEGE

Cherokee HS Eli Dickens Baseball Reinhardt University

Cherokee HS Mason Ward Baseball Georgia College and State University

Cherokee HS Naomi Catt Softball Alderson-Broaddus College

Cherokee HS Rowe Softball Georgia Perimeter College

Cherokee HS Cody Parker Football Berry College

Cherokee HS Tunde Ayinla Football Mercer University

Cherokee HS Alex Murfin Baseball LaGrange College

Creekview HS Ryan Stevens Baseball LaGrange College

Creekview HS Ryan Zentko Baseball Georgia Tech

Creekview HS Ben Carraway Baseball University of Virginia

Creekview HS Chase Puckett Baseball Reinhardt University

Creekview HS Steven Whitaker Baseball Coastal Carolina University

Creekview HS CJ Sims Baseball Shorter College

Creekview HS Madison Luck Softball Reinhardt University

Creekview HS Sidney Bosley Cross Country Concordia University

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