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Monday, February 2, 2015

3 Highlands football players to sign letters of intent Wednesday

Three Highlands High School football players will sign letters of intent on Wednesday, Feb. 4.

The signings will be held at 3 p.m. in the Highlands High School Media Center.

John Abner will sign with Mount St. Joseph University.

Head football coach Brian Weinrich said, “John has been a tireless worker and is the epitome of a Highlands football player.  His work ethic, positive attitude and unselfishness were invaluable to the team’s success this year.  The entire community of Mount St. Joseph will benefit from having someone of John’s character on their campus.  We are excited to see John continue to grow as a player, but more importantly, as a person, as he enters the next stage in his life at Mount St. Joseph.”

Lou Bunning will sign with Lindsey Wilson College.

“Lindsey Wilson got a steal when Lou committed to play football there,” Weinrich said. “After not playing football for two years, Lou committed himself this year to becoming a great football player. He not only possesses tremendous physical size and skills, but he is natural leader, both on and off the field. We will desperately miss Lou’s passion and excitement for football, but we are excited to see him spread his championship values to the campus of Lindsey Wilson.”

Beau Hoge will sign with Brigham Young University.

“Beau is an absolutely tremendous football player. His highlight film is amazing, but it does not show his football IQ, decision making ability and the countless hours that Beau has put into making himself the player that he has become,” Weinrich said. “He is the perfect example of what can happen to someone who completely commits to a goal. As he did here at Highlands, he will leave BYU better than he found it.”

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