Five athletes announce college commitments
Five seniors announced college commitments today:
Patrick Owen has accepted an offer as a preferred walk-on to continue his academic and football career at the University of Louisville. He was recognized by the Kentucky Football Coaches Association as a member of the Best of the Bluegrass team and as 6A District 3 Player of the Year. A Max Preps Top 100 Under the Radar Player, he was named 2ndteam Courier-Journal All-State and AP Honorable Mention All-State as a linebacker for the Tigers after a season in which he made 88 tackles, 6 tackles for loss, had 3 sacks and 3 interceptions, one big one returned for a touchdown.
Cade Perram has accepted an offer as a preferred walk-on to continue his academic and football career at the Colorado State University. After serving as a back-up during the 2017 season, Cade took over a starting offensive guard position for the 2018 Tigers and was named to Courier-Journal All-State Honorable Mention following his senior season. The Greater Louisville Football Coaches Association selected him as a member of the All District 3 team, and he was chosen to play in the GLFCA East/West All-Star game.
Camren Sams has signed to continue his academic and football career for the Georgetown College Tigers after a stellar senior season in which he helped the St. X Tiger defense become one of the best units in Kentucky. During the season, Cam registered 69 tackles, 4 of them for loss, with a sack and an interception. Always involved in the action on the field, he earned a spot representing St. X in the GLFCA East West All-Star game.
Desmond Andrews-Ogbogu has signed to continue his academic and football career with Jacksonville University. During his senior season he blossomed as three-way player for the Tigers with outstanding play on offense, defense, and on special teams a kick returner. As a wide receiver he had 19 receptions for 263 yards and led the team with 5 touchdowns. On defense he made 19 tackles and had 2 interceptions.
Mason Cherry has accepted an offer for Bass Fishing to Georgetown College. A three year member of the Tiger Bass Fishing team, he has used numerous tournaments throughout the Kentucky area to hone his skills and gain experience. Last year, Mason and his partner, Alex Foley, qualified for the Student Angler Federation National tournament by finishing well in the SAF State Championship at Lake Cumberland. This year Mason hopes to repeat his success at the SAF state tournament and also help the Tiger Anglers compete for the KHSAA State Championship later this spring. Congratulations Mason and good luck at Georgetown College.
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Pictured (L to R): First Row: Camren Sams, Mason Cherry, Desmond Andrews-Ogbogu; Second Row: Patrick Owen and Cade Perram