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Padalecki signs with Texas Tech


Padalecki signs  with Texas Tech
East Central seniors (from left) Braedon Robinson, Nick Coleman, and Kyle Padalecki celebrate after signing their national letters of intent Feb. 1. Robinson will play football for Texas A&M University-Kingsville, Coleman will play football at the U.S. Air Force Academy, and Padalecki will compete in the pole vault for Texas Tech University.


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Years ago, East Central’s Kyle Padalecki decided he was going to become a champion pole vaulter. Kyle has already reached that goal by winning the district title during all three of his high school track seasons, and even qualified for the state meet last year. Now, with his senior season still to come, Kyle will work hard to close out his high school career as a champion, and will then move on to Texas Tech University. Kyle signed his letter of intent Feb. 1 to attend school and vault for the Red Raiders. . . .

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