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Bradley will go marching in with the Saints
Former Demon signs to pitch for Limestone
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LUGOFF-ELGINS JOHN BRADLEY signed a National Letter of Intent to continue his academic and baseball-playing endeavors at Limestone College while flanked by his parents, Shawn and Nikki Bradley along with his younger sister, Emma. Standing, from left, are L-E assistant principal Jeff Carraway, L-E head baseball coach Randy Stokes, L-E pitching coach Jeremy Ray, L-E athletic director Mat Campbell and L-E assistant baseball coach Joe Harvley.
In a generation in which youth baseball players play the sport year ’round with more than one youngster having developed arm trouble, getting a pitcher with what scout’s like to describe as a “live” arm is becoming harder and harder to find. This past season, John Bradley worked all of 18.2 innings on the mound for a stacked pitching corps at Lugoff-Elgin. The wear and tear on the senior right-hander’s arm was minimal.