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Showing posts from February, 2007

Buckeyes sign

In what is becoming an annual tradition at Gilmer High School, seven Buckeyes seniors signed national letters of intent on Wednesday to continue their football careers at four different colleges.
G.J. Kinne, Jamell Kennedy, Jules Johnson, Arsenial Richardson, Dominique Buchanan and Dunterius Goodman all gathered in the Gilmer High School cafeteria surrounded by family and friends, not to mention five television cameras and several newspaper photographers and reporters.
Kinne signed with the University of Texas , Kennedy with Southern Methodist University, Johnson and Richardson with Texas A&M-Commerce, and Buchanan and Goodman signed with Kilgore College .
Kinne led the Buckeyes to a 10-1 record last season, throwing for 3,261 yards and 47 touchdowns before losing to eventual state champion Liberty-Eylau in the first round of the playoffs. For the second straight year, Kinne was named the Associated Press’ Offensive Player of the Year.
The favorite target of Kinne’s passes,…

Congratulations to No. 3, Curtis Brown, on becoming a Longhorn