Colonel Crawford athletes commit to college


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Will Kirkpatrick signed his letter of intent today to play college football next year at Olivet Nazarene University. Front Row: Will Kirkpatrick, left, and Ed Kirkpatrick. Back Row: Ryan Teglovic, Head Football Coach Colonel Crawford.


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Colonel Crawford athlete Owen Adams signed his letter of intent on Feb. 3 to play college football next year at Ohio Dominican University, NCAA Division II. Front row: Owen Adams, left, and Kelly Schafer. Back row: Aaron Adams, Ryan Teglovic, head football coach, and Kevin Schafer.


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Two Colonel Crawford athletes have committed to their colleges on Wednesday.

Will Kirkpatrick signed his letter of intent today to play college football next year at Olivet Nazarene University, while Owen Adams will play college football next year at Ohio Dominican University.

Will Kirkpatrick signed his letter of intent today to play college football next year at Olivet Nazarene University. Front Row: Will Kirkpatrick, left, and Ed Kirkpatrick. Back Row: Ryan Teglovic, Head Football Coach Colonel Crawford.
http://galioninquirer.com/wp-content/uploads/2016/02/web1_Will-Kirkpatrick.jpgWill Kirkpatrick signed his letter of intent today to play college football next year at Olivet Nazarene University. Front Row: Will Kirkpatrick, left, and Ed Kirkpatrick. Back Row: Ryan Teglovic, Head Football Coach Colonel Crawford. Courtesy photo

Colonel Crawford athlete Owen Adams signed his letter of intent on Feb. 3 to play college football next year at Ohio Dominican University, NCAA Division II. Front row: Owen Adams, left, and Kelly Schafer. Back row: Aaron Adams, Ryan Teglovic, head football coach, and Kevin Schafer.
http://galioninquirer.com/wp-content/uploads/2016/02/web1_Owen-Adams.jpgColonel Crawford athlete Owen Adams signed his letter of intent on Feb. 3 to play college football next year at Ohio Dominican University, NCAA Division II. Front row: Owen Adams, left, and Kelly Schafer. Back row: Aaron Adams, Ryan Teglovic, head football coach, and Kevin Schafer. Courtesy photo

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