Excessive Faculty Soccer: Terrell Provides Blue Devils Good Purpose To Return To Battlefield | Secondary faculty

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Terrell cracked 100 yards in each of the Blue Devils’ last two contests, a total of 103 and one score against Rock Ridge and 119 and two career touchdowns with Sherando in the season finale.

While Harrison Culpeper ultimately led in both rushing yards (559) and touchdowns (7), Terrell was right behind him with 528 yards and four own scores. Those numbers earned him the awards of the first team of Class 4 in the northwest of the district and a place on the second team of the entire 4C region.

“When Riley was injured during the Kettle Run game, I had to get up and do what I could to help the team,” Terrell said last week. “From then on, I just kept proving what I can do.”

Now that Harrison has graduated and the 2021 campaign will revert to a traditional 10-game season on last season’s COVID-condensed schedule, Terrell expects to see many more opportunities to show off in the near future can. And he’s been busy preparing for just that this summer.

“I worked with my trainer, Marcus Haywood, on fitness, speed and flexibility exercises and took part in fitness training with the team four days a week,” he emphasized. “I also went to a number of college camps and spoke to coaches and had them review my film. My ultimate goal is to earn a scholarship to play at the college level. “

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