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Three Holt Football Players Sign National Letters of Intent

Stephen Riley, Tre Vaughn and Trent Harvill all signed to play football for Missouri schools.

Stephen Riley - Missouri State University

Holt Indians football player Stephen Riley has committed to play for the Missouri State University Bears next fall.

With his mother Kim by his side, the offensive lineman signed his National Letter of Intent at Holt High School. Riley was named Honorable Mention All-Conference as a junior, and was a 1st Team All-Conference selection his senior year. “Academically it was the school I wanted to attend, and I really like the coaching staff,” said Riley, the 2011 Holt Football Lineman of the Year. He plans on majoring in Business Management while attending Missouri State.

Travion "Tre" Vaughn - Central Missouri

Holt Indians football player Travion “Tre” Vaughn has committed to play for the University of Central Missouri Mules next fall.

With his mother Lonna by his side, the defensive back/receiver signed his National Letter of Intent at Holt High School.

Vaughn was a versatile two-way player for the Indians last year, on offense he was second on the team in total yards, and as a defensive back he was named 2nd Team All-Conference. “I liked the coaches and the atmosphere, and it seemed like the right school all the way around,” said Vaughn, who was also selected to play in the Blue-Grey All-Star Game in Tampa earlier this year. He plans on majoring in Criminal Justice while attending UCM.

Trent Harvill - Culver-Stockton

Holt Indians football player Trent Harvill has committed to play for the Culver-Stockton College Wildcats next fall.

With his mother Renee and his father Tim by his side, the wide receiver signed his National Letter of Intent at Holt High School.

“I liked the environment and I think I can get more playing time, there’s a good football atmosphere there,” said Harvill, who had 13 receptions and 133 yards for the Indians last season.


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