A Fathers journey through the recruiting process

A Father’s Report on Sports Recruiting Firms

My name is Thomas and I have a son named Ryan who just graduated from High School, he is 6’ 6” tall, 215 lbs. and a great basketball player who comes from a long family line of players, 2 played Division I ball including myself and his uncle still holds over 20 records at a Division III school.  Ryan had


Keystone’s Trimble to play soccer at Clearwater Christian

Keystone Heights High School senior Raychel Trimblehelped the Indians compete for and win district championships. Now, she gets the chance to be part of a program that has been competing at the highest level among Division II colleges.Trimble signed a letter of intent to play soccer at Clearwater Christian College during a May 1 ceremony in the KHHS media center. Clearwater Christian won the Div


3 KHHS football players receive college opportunities

Three recent Keystone Heights High School graduates signed letters of intent to play football during a May 22 ceremony.
Tight end Micah Brown, who also played safety, will join former teammate Nate Smith—a 2013 KHHS graduate—at Kentucky Christian University in Grayson, Ky., while quarterback Blake Valenzuela will attend Wilmington (Ohio) College. Fullback/kicker Michael Carroll


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