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Fort Zumwalt South Athletes Sign College Letters of Intent

Four Fort Zumwalt South Bulldogs agree to play sports at the college level.

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Four  student athletes recently decided to keep playing sports at the collegiate level. A basketball player, two soccer stars and a wrestler are moving on to the next level. 

George Cater: The basketball star for the Bulldogs has signed to play at Ball State University in Muncie, IN. Cater averaged 13.8 points per game as a senior for South to lead the team.  

Alyssa Meador: Meador has signed to play soccer at Lewis and Clark Community College. Meador is pictured along with her parents Diane and Martin Meador. The back row features FZS Building Principal Dr. Kevin Keltner, FZS Head Girls Soccer Coach Vernon Gano, and FZS Assistant Girls Soccer Coach Jim Layne.


Morgan Roberts: Roberts has signed to play Soccer at Quincy University. Roberts is pictured along with her parents Jan and Brent Roberts. The back row features FZS Building Principal Dr. Kevin Keltner, FZS Head Girls Soccer Coach Vernon Gano, and FZS Assistant Girls Soccer Coach Jim Layne.

Cody Zeik: Zeik has signed to wrestle at Missouri Baptist University. Zeik is pictured along with his mother Stacey Zeik (left) and his grandmother Yvonne Rose. The back row features FZS Building Principal Dr. Kevin Keltner, MO Bap Assistant Coach Colby Robinson, FZS Assistant wrestling Coach Waylan Smith, FZS Head Wrestling Coach Todd Sanker, and MO Bap Head Wrestling Coach Brian Jackson.

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