May 16—Congratulations to Vidalia High School Indian Tucker Allmond who signed a letter of intent for a scholarship to play baseball for the Brewton Parker College Barons.

“Just like any kid starting out playing baseball it’s always been a dream of mine to play baseball at the next level. I am so thankful for the opportunity to go play for Coach Larsen at BPC. I went for a visit and really liked the coaches and atmosphere. I love the Christian aspect of it all at BPC. I would like to thank my dad from the start for all those nights in the yard and coaching me. Coach Korn and all the coaches that have helped me get to this point.” Allmond said.

VHS Coach Brent Korn said, “It is a great opportunity for Tucker. He had an injury his freshman year and didn’t think he would get to play baseball again. He told me his junior year he would really like to play at the next level. He is a great player and an even better kid. This is a great fit for him and Brewton-Parker.”

“I came down and watched Tucker play in a tournament and he did everything right on the field. He looks like a kid that can play at the next level. He can get the job done on the field and help us out at BPC.” BPC Student Coach Boaz Braucht said.

“We are excited that he is going to stay close to home and play and also continue his education. It is a privilege to have part of his education paid for. It shows that all the hard work has paid off.” Arty Allmond said.

(L to R, Front): Lucy Allmond (sister), Sonya Allmond (mother), Tucker Allmond, Arty Allmond (father), Abby Allmond (sister); (Back): BPC Student Assistant Coach Boaz Braucht, BPC Head Coach Aaron Larsen, VHS Head Coach Brent Korn and VHS Assistant Coach Chris Carr.

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