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PNG student athletes sign letters of intent to pursue college dreams

Seven Port Neches-Groves student athletes signed letters of intent this week to continue their playing career to the college level.

The players from the school’s football and baseball programs signed their letters Wednesday in the PNG gym.

Quarterback Blake Bost signed to be a preferred walk-on at Texas A&M. Receiver Brady Nail and linebacker Christian Sullivan signed to play at East Texas Baptist University.

Twin brothers Landen Vaughn (offensive lineman) and Lance Vaughn (running back) signed to play at Coe College.

Dean Guidry signed to play baseball at Bossier Parish Community College, while pitcher and first baseman Tristan Abshire agreed to play at Richland Community College.

Brandon Faircloth, PNG head football coach and athletic director, said the school has been extremely blessed with a great senior class.

“Not only are they great players, they are great kids,” he said. “They are great in the classrooms and great leaders. To see them reach their goals and be able to play at the next level was a great day of celebration. It was exciting for them and their families.”