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L-E trio ready to add to FDTCs buzz
Demons Branham, Dorton and Lynch staying together after signing with Stingers
LUGOFF-ELGIN SENIORS (from left) Zac Branham, Jay Lynch and Justin Dorton, signed National Letters of Intent to continue their respective academic and baseball-playing pursuits at Florence-Darlington Technical College. Joining in for the ceremony and standing (from left) are L-E athletic director Matt Campbell, L-E assistant baseball coach Joe Harvley, L-E head baseball coach Randy Stokes, L-E pitching coach Jeremy Ray and L-E principal Worth Thomasson. - photo by Tom Didato
As workers furiously put the finishing touches on the new baseball complex at Florence-Darlington Technical College in time for the upcoming season, school officials may want to add a few more rows of bleachers to the original design. If the gathering for last Monday’s signing of Lugoff-Elgin seniors Zac Branham, Justin Dorton and Jay Lynch with FDTC are any indication of the following the three young men will attract, attendance at Stingers’ home game will increase exponentially beginning in the spring of 2019. Before a large gathering of family, friends and current teammates, the trio of Demons cemented their college plans as they honored their verbal pledges by signing National Letters of Intents with Preston McDonald’s surging program.