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Patrick Signs With BPC

On Thursday of last week Toombs County High School student-athlete Adam Patrick signed his letter of intent to join the track & field team at Brewton-Parker College. Patrick is a thrower for the Bulldogs and competes in the shot put and discus. He has only been throwing for two years as he lost one year to COVID, but has come a long way and looks to continue to improve as a Baron.

Patrick said, “I feel like BPC is the best place for me. It is close to home, it is a good school, and just feels like the best opportunity for me. I really like the coaches and staff, and felt like we were all on the same page. I want to thank my family for always supporting me, Coach Hartley for believing in me and pushing me.”

His mother Regina Patrick added, “It is a relieving, exciting, sad day all in one. He is the first one headed off to college, and they just aren't supposed to grow up this fast. We are very proud of him, thankful to God for the talent he has given him, and thankful to the coaches for seeing him and giving him this opportunity.” BPC Director of Track & Field Adam Cokonougher stated, “For us it is always potential. Coach Hartley at Toombs is someone we have a good relationship with and he told us about Adam and the progress he has made. We are excited to see what he does over the remainder of his senior season and really think that he can do well for us at Brewton- Parker.” The Brewton-Parker track & field program is continuing to grow as they are working on building their new facilty. They won their first Conference Championship, they are building the new $700,000 facility, and are continuing to see growth across the board in all sports and as an institution.

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