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Western’s Zack Oakley eyes two sports at Guilford; others sign at Guilford, Fayetteville State, St. Andrews, and out of state

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By Bob Sutton

Special to The Alamance News

Western Alamance’s Zack Oakley is going to Guilford College to play football, and he might be on the baseball field as well.

“I’m going to try,” Oakley said.

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Oakley said he likes the proximity of Guilford College, which plays on the Division III level.

Zack Oakley

Oakley is a receiver in football. In baseball, he’s a left-handed pitcher and also plays as a right fielder when he’s not on the mound.

He said he always wanted to play college baseball before football became a possibility as well.

Western Alamance’s Zack Oakley is going to Guilford College to play football, and he might be on the baseball field as well.

“I’m going to try,” Oakley said.

Oakley said he likes the proximity of Guilford College, which plays on the Division III level.

Oakley is a receiver in football. In baseball, he’s a left-handed pitcher and also plays as a right fielder when he’s not on the mound.

He said he always wanted to play college baseball before football became a possibility as well.

Lineman Dylan Oakley, also of Western Alamance but not related to Zack Oakley, is committed to play football for Guilford College.

Dylan Oakley

Calvin Galloway, Jr. of Western Alamance is going to Fayetteville State to play football. He played various positions for the Warriors, but he might be tagged as defensive back for Division II Fayetteville State, which is the reigning Central Intercollegiate Athletic Association champion.

Calvin Gallaway, Jr.

King Dorsey of Burlington Christian Academy will join the men’s basketball program at St. Andrews, an NAIA team in Laurinburg. Dorsey, a transfer from Western Alamance, was a guard on BCA’s 17-8 team during the past season.

King Dorsey

Brey Knavel of BCA is heading to Taylor University in Indiana to join the cheerleading program. Her path to that role comes through gymnastics and an extensive competition schedule through a club in Greensboro.

Brey Knavel

See more college plans announced earlier:

November, 2022: https://alamancenews.com/high-school-athletes-sign-to-play-sports-at-colleges-across-country/

December, 2022: https://alamancenews.com/two-seniors-sign-for-softball-track-field/

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