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Coleman signs one-year contract with Dallas

Former HCHS and Hampton standout Alonzo Coleman signed a one-year contract Thursday with the NFL Dallas Cowboys, according to report posted on the NFL player transaction listings.

Hudson to play football at Averett

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HUDSON TO PLAY AT AVERETT - HCHS quarterback Josh Hudson (center, seated) has announced he will play football at Averett. He is flanked by his parents, Florence Hudson and Jeffrey Hudson Sr. Shown on the back row, from left, Matt Gunn, HCHS assistant Garrick Vogt; head coach Stan Hodgin and assistant Jay Cole. (TWM Jr. photo)
Josh Hudson has a short trek ahead to the next destination in his athletic career. Hudson announced last Wednesday that he will attend Averett University in Danville, and play football there.

Ferrell prepares for senior season at UAB

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GAME-CHANGER? - Former Comet wideout Mark Ferrell, seen in game action for UAB last fall, hopes to have a productive senior campaign for the Blazers this fall. (Photo courtesy of UAB)
Former Comet Mark Ferrell is progressing through spring football at the University of Alabama-Birmingham with the goal of enjoying an impact fall. Ferrell, who came to UAB after a strong career at the junior college level, is involved in his first spring practice period for the Blazers. He has devoted extra attention in the offseason to improve all aspects of his game. “The key thing for me, to keep my starting position and to make it to the big leagues, is to work hard,” said Ferrell, who is projected at no. 1 at his position for the Blazers.

Puryear to play at E&H

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HEADING TO E&H - Comet football player Michael Puryear is headed to Emory & Henry to play football. The annoumcement came Monday.From left, Michael's dad, Mickey, Michael Puryear, and his mom, Anne. Standing, from left, Comet football assistant Justin Shepperd, head coach Stan Hodgin and assistant Jay Cole.
Michael Puryear is moving forward in his athletic career, as the former Comet football player is heading to Emory & Henry and the tough Old Dominion Athletic Conference. Puryear said Monday he would attend E&H. He has been a strong part of the Comet varsity football program in recent seasons and earned first team all-district honors at defensive end his senior year

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