Genoa-Central Notes a Couple of Firsts on National Signing Day
The Genoa-Central athletic department has been growing over the past few years. Now they have something even more to be very proud of.The Dragons have logged a couple of firsts when it comes to yesterday's National Signing Day. This is the day that high school seniors across the country sign letters of intent to continue to play sports in colleges and universities.
Genoa's Samuel Mason became the first Dragon football player to sign to play the sport at the college level. The football program at Genoa is just a few years old and Mason becomes the very first football player to sign as he committed to Henderson State in Arkansas.
Also, Genoa baseball star Austin Cutchall has become the first person anywhere to sign to play baseball at the new Texas A&M-Texarkana baseball team.
Congratulations to both of these student athletes at Genoa-Central, and good luck in college!