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Baseball Signing Day

Bryan Terry Signs Baseball Scholarship to East Central University

Bryan Terry CHS senior Bryan Terry, signed a scholarship with East Central University in Ada, Oklahoma to continue his academic and baseball career, on Wednesday, November 14, 2018 in the athletic facility surrounded by his very proud family, coaches, and teammates.

Bryan is the son of Holli and Bryce Terry, and the older brother Aiden Terry, an 8th grader at EMS. Bryan has attended CISD since the 3rd grade. He currently holds a 3.5 GPA and scored an 1140 on the SAT and a 24 on the ACT. Bryan has participated in multiple sports during his time at CHS. His parents say they love the confidence Bryan shows on and off the field. “We are very proud of the well-rounded young man that Bryan has become,” says Bryan’s mom Holli Terry. bryan

Bryan has played baseball for CHS all four of his high school years and was named the All District Honorable Mention pitcher in 2016, the All District Second Team utility in 2017, and the all district Second Team pitcher in 2018. He also lettered in football for three years and was named the Second Team all district 2016 defensive end First Team in 2017. Bryan also was a member of the Braves basketball team for one year.

Bryan is looking forward to his future at East Central University in Ada, Oklahoma to have the opportunity to play the sport he loves for four more years. He plans to work towards a degree in either accounting or finance.  

 

What they say about Bryan:

“Bryan is the true definition of a competitor. He is one who you want on your side with the game on the line. Never do you have to question his attitude or his effort and that’s a true testament to his character. He always plays the game the right way and will sometimes run through a stop sign to get a triple.” - Coach Onken

Bryan Terry Pitcher

“I have learned a ton about Bryan in the way he has handled adversity after his injury this year.” - CHS Principal, Mr. Westfall

 

Everyone here at Brave Nation is excited to see Bryan play baseball one more time this spring.