College Sports Roundup
Editor’s note: Below is a compilation of the statistics and achievements for graduates of Chilton County area schools who now compete at the college level.
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Keandre Binion (Chilton County 2015) produced a season-high 83 total yards as a freshman for the CulverStockton football program (010) in a 6521 loss at Peru State University (64) on Nov. 7 in Canton, Mo. He collected 69 yards from three kick returns, 8 yards from two receptions and a 6yard run.
For the season, the freshman has compiled 132 yards from six kick returns, 17 yards from four catches and 14 yards from five carries.
Riley Tindol (Billingsley 2014) is a 6foot-5, 262pound defensive end for Vanderbilt University, which fell to 36 overall after sustaining a 97 loss at No. 11 University of Florida (81) on Nov. 7 in Gainesville, Fla.
Anthony Johnson (Maplesville 2013) collected a 2yard reception as a wide receiver for Football Championship Subdivision (FCS) No. 1 Jacksonville State University (81) in a 243 victory at Eastern Illinois University (54) on Nov. 7 in Charleston, Ill.
For the season, the junior has totaled 140 yards from 17 catches.
Spencer Watley (Chilton County 2013) has made several appearances this season as an offensive lineman for FCS No. 1 Jacksonville State University.
David Neece (Chilton County 2013) is a 6foot-3, 300pound offensive lineman for FCS No. 1 Jacksonville State University.
Javae Swindle (Jemison 2012) contributed 19 yards from five receptions as a starting running back for the University of West Alabama (73) in a 1413 victory at home against Mississippi College (27) on Nov. 7 in Livingston.
For the season, the senior has compiled 162 yards from 46 rushing attempts, 62 yards from 14 catches and a 39yard kick return. For his career, he has produced 2,553 total yards and 17 touchdowns.
Randy Satterfield (Jemison 2014) did not compete as a wide receiver for the University of West Alabama against Mississippi College; however he remains one of the Tigers’ leaders.
For the year, the sophomore has compiled 273 yards and a team-leading six touchdowns from 21 receptions. In his most recent appearance, he contributed 32 yards and one score from five catches in a 5528 loss at Valdosta State University (72).
Kortlin Zeigler (Jemison 2014) has totaled six appearances for the year at tight end for University of West Alabama and contributed an 11yard kick return.
Delondre DeJarnett (Chilton County 2014) is a defensive lineman for the University of West Alabama.
Jaytarius Steele (Billingsley 2015) contributed 12 yards from two receptions as a wide receiver for Huntingdon College (81) in a 3814 triumph at home against Maryville College (72) on Nov. 7 in Montgomery. For the season, the freshman has totaled 305 yards and two touchdowns from 21 catches.
Damian Mitchell (Maplesville 2014) collected an appearance at wide receiver for Birmingham-Southern College (55) in a 147 victory at home against Berry College (72) on Nov. 7 in Birmingham.
For the year, the sophomore has tallied 169 yards from eight kick returns and 137 yards from 12 receptions.
Mitchell Parker (Chilton County 2014) is a redshirt freshman at wide receiver for Miles College, which improved to 64 overall after securing a 2623 triumph at Tuskegee University (82) on Nov. 7 in Tuskegee.
Sarah Graham (Isabella 2015) is a freshman for the University of West Alabama, which concluded the season with a sixth place finish at the NCAA Division II South Regional Championships on Nov. 7 in Saint Leo, Fla.
In the freshman’s most recent effort, she nabbed the No. 9 performance for the Tigers at the Gulf South Conference Championships by clinching 41st on the 6,000meter course with a time of 20 minutes, 8.71 seconds on Oct. 24 in Danville. Among the field of 11 teams, West Alabama captured the victory.
Compiled by Christopher Graber
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