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Chapman heads to West Georgia

Young Americans Christian School’s Halen Chapman recently signed her letter of intent with the University of West Georgia to play volleyball. “Halen has played for YACS for the past six years and from the start showed outstanding promise,” Young American Christian head coach Steve Vineyard. “Chapman led the Lady Eagles in attacks and served as team captain both her junior and senior years.” Sitting with Chapman during her signing are her parents, Brian and Sarah Chapman. Standing are, from left, Vineyard, Abby Bernskoetter, Ava Chapman, Arline Chapman and Bob Chapman. (Sublimmted photo)

Young Americans Christian School’s Halen Chapman recently signed her letter of intent with the University of West Georgia to play volleyball. “Halen has played for YACS for the past six years and from the start showed outstanding promise,” Young American Christian head coach Steve Vineyard. “Chapman led the Lady Eagles in attacks and served as team captain both her junior and senior years.” Sitting with Chapman during her signing are her parents, Brian and Sarah Chapman. Standing are, from left, Vineyard, Abby Bernskoetter, Ava Chapman, Arline Chapman and Bob Chapman. (Sublimmted photo)

Young Americans Christian School’s Halen Chapman recently signed her letter of intent with the University of West Georgia to play volleyball. “Halen has played for YACS for the past six years and from the start showed outstanding promise,” Young American Christian head coach Steve Vineyard. “Chapman led the Lady Eagles in attacks and served as team captain both her junior and senior years.” Sitting with Chapman during her signing are her parents, Brian and Sarah Chapman. Standing are, from left, Vineyard, Abby Bernskoetter, Ava Chapman, Arline Chapman and Bob Chapman. (Sublimmted photo)

By Manny Fils