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Darlington High’s Williams and Turner sign athletic letters of intent

on Tuesday, 30 May 2017. Posted in Local News, Sports

Darlington High’s Williams and Turner  sign athletic letters of intent

Two Darlington High School student-athletes signed athletic letters of intent recently to play collegiate sports.

Sa’Von Williams will play football for Johnson C. Smith University, and Deja Turner will play softball for Florence-Darlington Technical College.

Williams played defensive end for the Falcons for the past two years and also played varsity basketball for the past three years. Johnson C. Smith recruited him as a defensive end and linebacker.

Williams plans to study education and hopes to one day become a teacher and a coach.

Turner played point guard during her three years on the varsity squad at Darlington High. She also played left field for the Falcons’ softball team for four years. She plans to play in the outfield at Florence-Darlington Technical College.

Turner will study health information management and plans to work in a doctor’s office after graduation from college.