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L-Es Osborne eager to accept new role at SMC
WHITNEY OSBORNE SIGNED a National Letter of Intent to continue her academic and soccer-playing pursuits at Spartanburg Methodist College while flanked by her parents, Wallace and Jenny Osborne. Also on hand for the former Lady Demons soccer standouts signing ceremony were, from left, Lugoff-Elgin athletics director Matt Campbell, Spartanburg Methodist College womens soccer head coach Dan Kenneally, Lady Demons head soccer coach Carl Spoto and Lugoff-Elgin principal Worth Thomasson. - photo by hoto provided by
Anytime a high school player is good enough to sign on to play a particular sport at the college level, it leads to their former coach having to find someone else to plug into their place. For Lugoff-Elgin head girls’ soccer coach Carl Spoto, finding a replacement for Whitney Osborne might require his filling the void with more than just one player. Earlier this month, Osborne’s departure from the Lady Demons was made official when the senior signed a national Letter of Intent to study and play soccer at Spartanburg Methodist College.