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VHS Indians Football Players Sign With Berry College
Monday, 18 March 2013

March-18--ImageTwo Vidalia High School Indians Football players are moving on to the next level.Indian standouts Kyle Gasper and Will Chomskis both signed scholarships to attend school and play college football at Berry College near Rome, Ga. This is the first year of football at Berry College.

"I just really liked the campus, it is a really good school and it is somewhat close to home. I worked really hard in the weight room and the coaches pushed me to work even harder." Gasper said.

"It is a big relief. We are very excited, we were not sure that Kyle would ever get to this point, but he has worked hard and we are proud of him." Kyle's father Gary Gasper said.

" I am very proud for Kyle and his family. This is a great result of hard work and he has really put in a alot of time and effort. It is a wonderful opportunity for him. He is going to a school that is starting fresh with a brand new program in its first year. It is about academics, these opportunities came because he did his work in the classroom and he did it at a high level." Coach Lee Chomskis stated.

" I am real excited to sign. We have been looking forward to making a decision. I feel like Berry is the best fit for me.It is really cool to be a part of the first ever football team at the school and it also helps me to be what I want to be, a coach one day." Will Chomskis, son of VHS Head Football Coach Lee Chomskis said.

" Will has worked very hard and probably as good as a reciever as I've had in coaching, as far as catching the football. We knew if we had to have a reception and it was a tough situation,we felt very confident that if we threw it his way, he would make the catch. This has been a dream of his since he was a little bitty boy. This is an opportunity for him to get to continue on to see the realization of his dream, and as a father it's just a blessing" Chomskis said.


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