Local football standouts ink with OBU, HSU

Scrapper Head Coach Billy Dawson flanked by LT Muldrow and Cameron Alexander

Two Nashville Scrappers signed national letters-of-intent during NCAA National Signing Day Wednesday, Feb. 5
Offensive lineman Cameron Alexander signed with Ouachita Baptist University.
Defensive lineman LT Muldrow signed with Henderson State University.

Outlaw phenom kicker Curtis Sebren, shown here flanked by his parents, James and Anita Sebren, signed a football scholarship agreement with Henderson State University, Wednesday morning. Standing at back are, from left coaches Jeff Tipton, Brad Bray, head coach David Bennett and Stephen Sprick.

The high school and junior high school student bodies at Dierks packed one side of the gymnasium, Wednesday morning, to cheer a local football hero as he signed a scholarship offer from Henderson State University.
Curtis Sebren, a record-setting kicker for the Outlaws, thanked his parents, coaches, the school administration and his teammates when he gave a brief address following the signing. Sebren signed as he sat at a table decorated with Henderson Reddie items in the center of the gymnasium floor. He was flanked by his parents, James and Anita Sebren.
The Nashville Leader will have more on the signings in the Feb. 12 print edition.

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