Memorial Day Standouts Score Scholarships to Take Their Game to the Next Level

By Special to the Prep Sports Report/Nathan Dominitz | March 15, 2024

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On Thursday, three Memorial Day School teammates signed their commitment letters. At the next level, two will continue playing together: quarterback Tyler Kindle and offensive lineman Joseph Barnes are set to join the Division III program North Carolina Wesleyan. At the same time, linebacker/wide receiver Craig Harris will attend St. Andrew's University, also a Division III program.

This season, Kindle managed to throw for 1,918 yards and 14 touchdowns. Kindle has specified NC Wesleyan as the perfect match.

Barnes, who is 6 feet and 3 inches tall and weighs 295 pounds, could protect Kindle at the next level as they begin their college football experience together.

Harris was a key player for the Matadors as a linebacker and receiver. He led the team with 61 tackles, 48 of which were solo.

Three athletes who played for the Matadors football program have signed National Letters of Intent to continue now their athletic careers at the collegiate level. Their hard work and dedication have paid off, and they are taking their talents to the next level.

Photo Credit - Memorial Day School

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