Battery Creek High inducts athletes into hall of fame

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Battery Creek High School announced its Athletics Hall of Fame Class for 2014. The class comes from the decade of the 1990s and 2000s. The sports of wrestling, girls basketball, boys basketball, and football will be represented.

The 2014 inductees are:

• David Smith, wrestling from the BC class of 1995: David was a two time State Champion along with being named All-American in 1995.

• Angelik Mcleod, girls basketball from the BC class of 1998: Angie was a member of the State Championship teams in ’96 and ‘98 along with being a standout volleyball player.

• Trent Drafts, boys basketball from the BC Class of 2001: Trent was member of the Region Championship team in 2001. He was selected to the AAAA All-State team along with being selected to play in the North-South Basketball game.

• Collin Drafts, football from the BC Class of 2003: Collin was the starting quarterback in 2001 and 2002 when the BC football team advanced to the second round of the AAAA State play-offs. He was named to the AAAA All-State team. He also was named as a Mr. Football Finalist in 2002, which recognizes the Top 10 Seniors in the state, and was named to the North-South Football game.

These four represented BC with class and continue to do so. The Hall of Fame induction will occur at halftime of the BC vs. Beaufort football game on September 19, 2014.

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