New Kent Charles City Chronicle

News for New Kent County and Charles City County, Virginia | June 21, 2018

Signed, sealed, and committed

By Robb Johnson | February 20, 2018 10:20 pm
Three New Kent athletes inked letters of intent to their respective colleges during a Tuesday afternoon session at New Kent High School. Above, Jada Evans inks her name as a commit to Lynchburg College for her collegiate volleyball career. Accompanying her are (l to r) New Kent volleyball coaches Stuart Burnett and Cynthia Burnett, and parents Jacob and Brandy Evans.Robb Johnson photos

Three New Kent athletes inked letters of intent to their respective colleges during a Tuesday afternoon session at New Kent High School. Above, Jada Evans inks her name as a commit to Lynchburg College for her collegiate volleyball career. Accompanying her are (l to r) New Kent volleyball coaches Stuart Burnett and Cynthia Burnett, and parents Jacob and Brandy Evans.

Robb Johnson photos

New Kent football player Ryan Curle (center) will continue his gridiron career at Averett University. He is joined by (front, l to r) parents Todd Curle and Whitney Curle, (back, l to r) coach Obie Boykin, sister Hayle Curle, outgoing football coach Clark Harrell, and coach John McCauley.

New Kent football player Ryan Curle (center) will continue his gridiron career at Averett University. He is joined by (front, l to r) parents Todd Curle and Whitney Curle, (back, l to r) coach Obie Boykin, sister Hayle Curle, outgoing football coach Clark Harrell, and coach John McCauley.

New Kent football receiver Slater Gammon will also continue his career on the gridiron at the next level, signing with Hampden-Sydney College. Accompanying them at the signing are parents (l to r) Bill and Donna Gammon, as well as New Kent athletic director John Spiak (back).

New Kent football receiver Slater Gammon will also continue his career on the gridiron at the next level, signing with Hampden-Sydney College. Accompanying them at the signing are parents (l to r) Bill and Donna Gammon, as well as New Kent athletic director John Spiak (back).