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CHS football player to continue career at Kentucky Wesleyan

Campbellsville High School football player Logan Brown will continue his academic and football career at Kentucky Wesleyan College this fall.

 

Brown officially signed his letter of intent in a special ceremony on Wednesday, Feb. 1, which was National Signing Day.

 

His family members and coaches attended the ceremony.

 

Brown was a four-year starter for the Eagle football program.

 

In the second game of this past season, however, he tore his ACL and was unable to play the rest of his senior year.

 

At this year’s football banquet, Brown received the Eagle Award.

 

Brown said he wants to major in education and eventually become a middle school math or history teacher.

 

He will begin his classes in August, after graduating in May.

 

Brown said he learned about a lot of colleges and universities at various college fairs at CHS, but wanted to tour Kentucky Wesleyan.

 

“For some odd reason, I liked it,” he said.

 

Brown recently visited the campus in Owensboro and says he fell in love with it. He said he will like the small class sizes at Kentucky Wesleyan.

 

He says he has met with his future coaches and is excited to become a part of the team.

 

CHS head football coach Dale Estes said it’s always exciting to see a player move on to attend college and play football.

 

“Anytime they can go play, that’s the ultimate goal,” he said. “If they get to further their playing career, that’s great.”

 

Estes said Brown was an important part of his team and an extremely hard worker.

 

“The staff’s just really proud of him,” Estes said.

 

Brown is the son of Johnny and Krissy Welch.

 

Campbellsville High School football player Logan Brown will continue his academic and football career at Kentucky Wesleyan College this fall. He officially signed his letter of intent on Wednesday, Feb. 1, which was National Signing Day. From left, front, are stepfather Johnny Welch, Logan, and his mother, Krissy Welch. Back, CHS Principal Kirby Smith, grandfather Joe Pendleton, sister and CHS sophomore Gracie Miller, grandmother Kim Pendleton, sister and Campbellsville Middle School seventh-grader Autumn Brown, CHS head football coach Dale Estes and CHS Athletic Director Tim Davis.

Campbellsville High School football player Logan Brown will continue his academic and football career at Kentucky Wesleyan College this fall. He officially signed his letter of intent on Wednesday, Feb. 1, which was National Signing Day. From left, front, are stepfather Johnny Welch, Logan, and his mother, Krissy Welch. Back, CHS Principal Kirby Smith, grandfather Joe Pendleton, sister and CHS sophomore Gracie Miller, grandmother Kim Pendleton, sister and Campbellsville Middle School seventh-grader Autumn Brown, CHS head football coach Dale Estes and CHS Athletic Director Tim Davis.

 

Campbellsville High School football player Logan Brown will continue his academic and football career at Kentucky Wesleyan College this fall. He officially signed his letter of intent on Wednesday, Feb. 1, which was National Signing Day. From left, front, are stepfather Johnny Welch, Logan, and his mother, Krissy Welch. Back, grandfather Joe Pendleton, sister and CHS sophomore Gracie Miller, grandmother Kim Pendleton, and sister and Campbellsville Middle School seventh-grader Autumn Brown.

Campbellsville High School football player Logan Brown will continue his academic and football career at Kentucky Wesleyan College this fall. He officially signed his letter of intent on Wednesday, Feb. 1, which was National Signing Day. From left, front, are stepfather Johnny Welch, Logan, and his mother, Krissy Welch. Back, grandfather Joe Pendleton, sister and CHS sophomore Gracie Miller, grandmother Kim Pendleton, and sister and Campbellsville Middle School seventh-grader Autumn Brown.

 

Campbellsville High School football player Logan Brown will continue his academic and football career at Kentucky Wesleyan College this fall. He officially signed his letter of intent on Wednesday, Feb. 1, which was National Signing Day. From left are stepfather Johnny Welch, Logan, and his mother, Krissy Welch.

Campbellsville High School football player Logan Brown will continue his academic and football career at Kentucky Wesleyan College this fall. He officially signed his letter of intent on Wednesday, Feb. 1, which was National Signing Day. From left are stepfather Johnny Welch, Logan, and his mother, Krissy Welch.

 

Campbellsville High School football player Logan Brown will continue his academic and football career at Kentucky Wesleyan College this fall. He officially signed his letter of intent on Wednesday, Feb. 1, which was National Signing Day. Above, Brown receives congratulations from CHS head football coach Dale Estes, at left, and CHS Athletic Director Tim Davis.

Campbellsville High School football player Logan Brown will continue his academic and football career at Kentucky Wesleyan College this fall. He officially signed his letter of intent on Wednesday, Feb. 1, which was National Signing Day. Above, Brown receives congratulations from CHS head football coach Dale Estes, at left, and CHS Athletic Director Tim Davis.





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