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Hartselle Enquirer

Local athletes continue playing careers in college

The 2022-23 athletic season provided numerous highlights and record-breaking performances by local athletes. Several of these athletes have decided to continue their playing careers after their recent graduation.

Here is a look at the athletes moving on to continue their athletic careers.

Hartselle
Coleman Mizell, baseball: University of Alabama
Jack Smith, baseball: University of Arkansas
Eli Tidwell, baseball: Northwest-Shoals Community College
Greyson Howard, baseball: Wallace State Community College
Ryan Dunn, Boys basketball: University of Tennessee – Southern
Kiah Key, boys basketball: Asbury University
Izayah Fletcher, Football: University of North Alabama
Treyce Oden, football: Faulkner University
Karleigh Shipley, girls basketball: Volunteer State Community College
Tristin Wisener, boys golf: University of Alabama
Jinger Heath, girls golf: Jacksonville State University
Slate Gargus, boys soccer: Blue Mountain Christian University
Justin Mintzer, boys soccer: Southern Union Community College
Brantley Drake, softball: Samford University
Sarah Bowling, softball: Snead State Community College
Aly Putnam, softball: Marion Military Institute
Payton Roberts, wrestling: Huntingdon College

Brewer
Bronwyn Borden, softball: Calhoun Community College

Danville
Hanah Tillman, softball: Oakwood University
Ever Lopez, boys soccer: Marian University’s Ancilla College

Priceville
Joseph Garrison, baseball: Snead State Community College
Thomas Kerby, baseball: Calhoun Community College
Zach Chaney, baseball: University of Tennessee – Southern
Adam Taylor, boys track & field: University of Alabama in Huntsville
Lauren Hames, girls basketball: Calhoun Community College
Cole Lindeman, boys golf: Calhoun Community College
Elizabeth Cain, girls track & field: University of Alabama in Huntsville

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