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An act of Faith
CHS volleyball standout Grant finds perfect fit at Erskine
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CAMDEN HIGHS FAITH GRANT signed a National Letter of Intent to continue her academic and volleyball-playing endeavors at Erskine College. Joining the former Lady Bulldog volleyball all-state selection are, from row from left, her stepfather Rick Starnes, her mother, Brenda Starnes, her father, Carey Grant, and her stepmother, Mary Margaret Grant. Standing, from left, are CHS head volleyball coach Paige Wilson, CHS assistant volleyball coach Tristany Horton, CHS assistant volleyball coach Abby Spitzer, Grants older sister and former CHS volleyball player Madison Grant, CHS principal Dan Matthews and CHS athletic director Jimmy Neal.
Finding the right college can sometimes be an exhausting and overwhelming experience for a high school student. Then, there are people like Faith Grant who see and hear what they like and know which school in which place in best for them. Even before the Camden High senior volleyball all-state selection played in last fall’s North-South All-Star matches at Erskine College, Grant had a feeling the Due West institution was where she both wanted and needed to call her second home for the next four years.