Foster quarterback Ryan Stubblefield made his verbal commitment in a flash, deciding last week that he will go to Kent State.

Stubblefield got an offer from the Golden Flashes in August after receiving offers from East Carolina, Grambling, Texas Southern, Lamar, Cornell and Dartmouth.

The Falcon signal-caller has already thrown for 1,179 yards and 16 touchdowns in four games this season, completing 57 percent of his passes.

Grichuk up for Roberto Clemente Award

Randal Grichuk not only finished the 2019 season with career-highs in home runs and RBIs, but the Toronto Blue Jay outfielder and Lamar Consolidated product was named Toronto’s candidate for the Roberto Clemente Award.

The award is given to the player who best represents the game of baseball through character and community involvement.

Per, Randal visited St. Michael’s Catholic School in Toronto in May. The visit gave students the opportunity to interact with Randal and learn about the importance of being a good teammate, hard work, and maintaining a healthy lifestyle.

In June, Randal, along with some of his teammates, visited Holland Bloorview Kids Rehabilitation Hospital, which creates a world of possibility by supporting children and youth living with disability, medical complexity, illness and injury.

Grichuk ended the season with 31 home runs and 80 RBIs while hitting .232 and with a slugging average of .457.

Prince stays hot for Miami volleyball

George Ranch graduate Kennedy Prince continues to play well for the Miami volleyball team, helping the Hurricanes to a 3-1 win over Duke on Sunday.

The freshman had 11 kills and 11 digs for her fourth double-double of the season. She had 10 kills in Friday’s sweep of Wake Forest.

Miami is 6-4 overall and 2-0 in ACC play.

UTSA’s Martel named semifinalist for Campbell Trophy

UTSA senior Andrew Martel has been named a semifinalist for the William V. Campbell Trophy, the National Football Foundation & College Hall of Fame announced last week.

Martel has started every game at linebacker for the Roadrunners this season after making the position switch from safety following his junior campaign.

The Foster product leads the team with 28 total tackles and 19 solo stops to go along with two tackles for loss, one forced fumble and a quarterback hurry. He had double-digit tackles in back-to-back games with 10 against both Army and North Texas.

Martel is one of 71 semifinalists from the Football Bowl Subdivision, including one of four from Conference USA, as 185 were selected across all divisions of college football.

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