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Proving his point
Working to impress coaches pays off as Robinson signs to play baseball at USC-Lancaster
L-ES BROCK ROBINSON SIGNED a National Letter of Intent to continue his academic and baseball-playing endeavors at USC-Lancaster while flanked by his parents, Lynne and Jeff Robinson. Standing, from left, are Lugoff-Elgin athletics director Matt Campbell, L-E head baseball coach Randy Stokes, Robinsons older brother and former L-E and USC-Lancaster infielder, Ty Robinson, and L-E principal Worth Thomasson. - photo by Tom Didato/C-I photo
When Lugoff-Elgin needed someone to play second base, head baseball coach Randy Stokes could insert Brock Robinson’s name onto the scorecard. Need a third baseman, a right fielder, a pitcher or, how about someone to man the popcorn machine in the concession stand? Brock Robinson is your man.