Scholarship

Jordan Davis receives football scholarship to Seton Hill


Jordan Davis signs the football scholarship to Seton Hill University. Back row from left are Coach Kris Fischer, Coach Daniel Farris, Coach Calvin Aldridge, Principal Todd Tittle and Coach Brad Alsup. Seated are Kyler Jordan; Randall Davis, father; Davis; Lavonda Davis, mother and Shaylyn Davis, sister.

LYNN - Jordan Davis, senior at Lynn High School, has signed an  athletic scholarship with Seton Hill University of Greensburg, Pa. The university was one of 22 others vying for Davis to attend on a football scholarship.
After carefully selecting those colleges of interest, a road trip was in order.
“We narrowed it down to five,” his father Randall stated. During spring break, the family traveled through nine different states visiting colleges before deciding on Seton Hill.

Taylor signs scholarship with BMC


Julianna is pictured with her parents Patrick and Lisa Taylor and on the back row from left, assistant coach Deb Cook, head PHS volleyball coach Debbie Grubbs and Blue Mountain College head volleyball coach Reid Gann.

BEAR CREEK - Julianna Taylor, who graduated in 2018 from Phillips High School in Bear Creek, has signed a volleyball scholarship with Blue Mountain College.
 Julianna is pictured with her parents Patrick and Lisa Taylor and on the back row from left, assistant coach Deb Cook, head PHS volleyball coach Debbie Grubbs and Blue Mountain College head volleyball coach Reid Gann.
After graduating from Phillips High School Julianna received an academic scholarship from Northwest Shoals Community College.  

Wright West Point bound


Zachary Wright, center, receives a $285,000 scholarship to West Point. His father, Chris Wright, mother, Kim Wright and sister, Olivia Wright, are all smiles.
DOUBLE SPRINGS - Zachary Wright, a 17-year-old senior at Winston County High School, recently received a $285,000 scholarship to the United States Military Academy at West Point...

Bradbury signs track scholarship with Montevallo


Matthew Bradbury, a senior at Phillips High School, signed a track scholarship with the University of Montevallo. He is pictured at the signing ceremony held at the Attie Fleming Complex on the PHS campus with his parents, Cheri and Mark Atkins. Back row PHS Principal Al Temple, left, and track coach Chris Gillum.

BEAR CREEK - Matthew Bradbury’s three years of track and field at Phillips High School has earned him a scholarship to the University of Montevallo.
Bradbury, who is a 1A state champion in the discus throw, signed a scholarship at the Attie Fleming Complex on the PHS campus on Tuesday, March 5. He will do indoor and outdoor track for the Falcons. Family, friends, schoolmates and school administration were on hand for the event.
Bradbury is a multi-sport athlete, also playing football and basketball.

Hall signs letter of intent with Culver-Stockton


Levi Hall, a senior at Phillips High School in Bear Creek, recently signed his letter of intent to play football for the Culver-Stockton Wildcats, in Canton, Missouri. He will join his team for preseason activities in August. He is pictured with Head Coach Tom Sallay and Offensive Coordinator Ron Wooten. Levi is the son of Bryan and LaWanda Hall, of Bear Creek, and the grandson of Lina and the late Bures Hall, of Bear Creek and Diania and the late Connie Allred Jr., of Brilliant.

Blanton signs volleyball scholarship with Blue Mountain College


Winston County High School senior Saige Blanton signed a volleyball scholarship with Blue Mountain College in Mississippi. Pictured with Blanton from left are WCHS head volleyball coach Tiffany Cole, Saige’s brother, Seth, her parents Shawn and Shelly, her brother Sy and WCHS Principal Jeff Cole. The BMC volleyball coach Reid Gann could not be in attendance.

DOUBLE SPRINGS - Saige Blanton is a prime example of how hard work and dedication brings you success in achieving your goals.
The Winston County High School senior signed a volleyball scholarship with Blue Mountain College Wednesday, Feb. 27. BMC is a private institution located in northeast Mississippi, not far from Tupelo.
The signing ceremony was held in the library of the high school, in Double Springs with family, administrators, teammates, coaches and friends in attendance.

Jefferson inks scholarship with Wallace State


Natalie Jefferson signed a volleyball scholarship with Wallace State Friday, Jan 11. The event was held in the Addison High School library with family, teamates and friends in attendance. Pictured above on the front row is Jefferson with her parents, Nikka and Tab Jefferson. Back row from left are AHS assistant coach Susie Brewer, head coach Kayla Woodard, assistant coach Pam Wilkins, Wallace State head volleyball coach Randy Daniel and AHS Principal Micah Smothers.

ADDISON - Natalie Jefferson will go from being a Lady Bulldog to a Lady Lion this fall. Jefferson, a three-time state champion volleyball setter with Addison High School, has signed a scholarship with Wallace State Community College.
She has played volleyball six years at AHS, garnering three state championships. She has also played club volleyball four years with Net Force Volleyball with Erika Pifer from Samford University and one year with Randy Daniel’s Smith Lake Juniors. Daniel is the head volleyball coach for Wallace State.