February 8—Wednesday morning at Toombs County High School four Toombs County Football players signed letters of intent for scholarships to play football and continue their education at the next level. Keshawn Morgan signed with Independence Community College in Kansas, Ervin Mincey signed with the University of West Georgia, Willie Campbell and Quarterback Dalton McBride signed with the Patriots of the University of the Cumberlands in Williamsburg, Kentucky.

“It is a very beautiful campus and the coaches are very good Christian men and I just love the mountains and the environment. I am really excited and looking forward to spending my next four years there.” McBride said.

Bulldogs Head Coach Ritchie Marsh said, “Dalton creates culture and it isn’t everyday that you have a player that creates the type of culture you want for your team. There is no way to put a price tag on that and there is no amount of yards, completions, touchdowns you can have. Culture is who you are and he was the cornerstone of our culture.”

(L to R): grandmother Edith McBride, mother Melanie McBride, Dalton McBride and father Adam McBride.

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