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Two South Pointe Captains Chosen For Shrine Bowl

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Two South Pointe Captains Chosen For Shrine Bowl

Charlotte McGuinness, Sports Editor

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South Pointe seniors Jaylen Mahoney and Jackson Chappell have been chosen to play in the Shrine Bowl of the Carolinas. Chappell is a college recruit and believes that the Shrine Bowl will open up recruiting opportunities to become a collegiate athlete.

Mahoney is committed to Vanderbilt University and feels that “it is honor to be selected to represent South Carolina”.

They will spend a week practicing to lead up to the game on Dec. 15, 2018 at Wofford College.

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