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County foursome honored at HSSR banquet

Posted: February 14, 2014 1:40 p.m.
Updated: February 17, 2014 5:00 a.m.


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Four Kershaw County student-athletes were honored at Sunday’s High School Sports Report’s 28th Annual Fall Football Awards Banquet.
The event was held at Seawells, located on the grounds of the South Carolina State Fair in Columbia.
Coastal Carolina University head football coach Joe Moglia served as guest speaker for the afternoon banquet.
North Central High School senior and Limestone College signee Warren Moseley was named to the HSSR class AA Division II All-State team as a tight end.
The 6-foot-1, 215-pound Moseley led the Knights in tackles with 86, in solo stops with 33, in tackles for loss of yardage with 24.5, in quarterback sacks with four and with a dozen hits on the quarterback and a pair of caused fumbles. As a tight end, the three-year starter also hauled in 17 passes for 264 yards including a team-best five for touchdowns. For good measure, Moseley also  was the Knights.’ kicker
Camden High School had three players earn HSSR honors. Senior defensive lineman Delton Bradford and senior offensive lineman Charlie Nash were named to the HSSR’s Top 100 Senior Players’ list. Junior tight end Chase Truesdale was selected to the 2013 HSSR All-Rookie Team.
Bradford, a North Greenville University signee, moved from offensive line to defensive tackle toward the end of his junior season and blossomed into one of the best run stoppers in the state last fall. The 6-foot-4, 300-pounder rang up 53 tackles (38 solos) with a team-best 14 tackles for loss and seven quarterback pressures. He also picked off a pass and returned it 17 yards.
Nash, a 6-foot-5, 220-pound offensive tackle, helped the Bulldogs average better than 306 yards in offense per outing from his tackle post. The Bulldogs passed for more than 117 yards per outing while averaging 189 yards per game on the ground. In addition, Nash handled the punting chores for Camden and averaged better than 32 yards per boot.
Nash has played tennis for the Bulldogs over the past two springs and is current president of the CHS Beta Club, which honors students at the school achieving top academics. He will enroll at either the University of South Carolina or Wofford College to study medicine.
The 6-foot-6, 220-pound Truesdale played primarily at tight end but also was spread on the outside as well for the Bulldogs in 2013. A sure-handed receiver who was tough to guard and bring down, he made the most of his chances when the ball came his way. Truesdale had a dozen grabs for 87 yards while scoring his first varsity touchdown.
All four players were named to the 2013 Chronicle-Independent All-Area Coaches Football Team.


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