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McElveen puts injury behind him, signs on to play at USC-Lancaster
L-E pitcher/third baseman looking forward to getting back on the field
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LUGOFF-ELGIN SENIOR Seth McElveen signed a National Letter of Intent to continue his academic and baseball-playing pursuits at USC-Lancaster while flanked by his parents, Jennifer and Steve McElveen. Standing and looking on, from left, are Seth’s grandfather, Larry Revell, L-E athletic director Matt Campbell, Seth’s younger brother, Owen McElveen, and his grandmother, Vivian Cooper. (Photo courtesy of Kelly Bowers/L-E Athletics)
Randy Stokes has seen more than his share of players who, after having sustained some type of injury, will pack it in and not return to the field and will never be seen or, heard from again.

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