Houston County High School player Shane McCullough signed his national letter of intent to Berry College in the school's library Wednesday morning.
Houston County High School player Shane McCullough signed his national letter of intent to Berry College in the school's library Wednesday morning. Woody Marshall The Telegraph
Houston County High School player Shane McCullough signed his national letter of intent to Berry College in the school's library Wednesday morning. Woody Marshall The Telegraph

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February 01, 2017 09:56 AM

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