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Bethea has two reasons to be a success at KCU
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NORTH CENTRALS DASHON BETHEA signed a National Letter of Intent to continue his academic and football-playing endeavors at Kentucky Christian University. He was flanked by, from left, his sister, Unique Bethea, his mother, Arshala Hartzog, and his sister, Nevaeh Bethea. Standing, from left, are NC principal David Branham, NC assistant football coach Mitch Lowder, Betheas brother, Dra Bethea, Jena Branch and her son, Jamir Bailey, Betheas grandmother, Gwendolyn Hartzog, and former NCHS head football coach and athletic director Louis Clyburn. - photo by Photo courtesy of Nicole Gainey
Football is hard enough when you are playing the game for yourself and trying to make sure that you carry out the myriad of assignments which are asked of you throughout the 48-minute contest. It can become even more difficult when playing for people other than yourself. When jersey number five opened up at North Central High School prior to the start of the 2016 season, senior DaShon Bethea knew he had to wear it in honor of his friend and former Camden High linebacker Sterling Felder, who passed away due to injuries sustained in a traffic accident one week after his final game as a Bulldog in November of 2015.