Two Chatham Charter seniors sign to play collegiate athletics

Posted 3/17/21

SILER CITY — The Knights Athletic Department held a signing ceremony for two Chatham Charter seniors to sign letters of intent to play collegiate athletics. On the afternoon of March 9, …

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SILER CITY — The Knights Athletic Department held a signing ceremony for two Chatham Charter seniors to sign letters of intent to play collegiate athletics. On the afternoon of March 9, administration, staff, family members and high school students watched as Trevor Golden and Rebecca McGaughnea made their decisions public.

Golden, who has played soccer, basketball and baseball throughout middle and high school at Chatham Charter, has signed an intent form to play baseball at Brunswick Community College in Supply.

McGaughnea, who has played volleyball, basketball and baseball throughout middle and high school at Chatham Charter, has signed an intent form to play basketball at Methodist University in Fayetteville.

“It’s always a special day when we can host a signing ceremony for our student-athletes to continue their playing careers at the next level,” said Clint Fields, Director of Athletics and Operations for Chatham Charter. “We are proud of Trevor’s and Rebecca’s accomplishments and happy that we could be with them along their athletic journeys.”

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