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Young, Buffaloe, McFadden have college athletic futures


Three Knoxville Catholic High School athletes recently signed National Letter of Intent papers — two will attend colleges in North Carolina and Ohio while one will stay close to home.

Amelia Buffaloe, daughter of Lynn Turner and Stephen Buffaloe, will play volleyball as a student/athlete at Brevard College (N.C.) next year.

A Tennessee Sports Writer’s Association First Team All-State Division II honoree with the Lady Irish, Buffaloe also played volleyball for the Smoky Mountain Juniors Volleyball Club during her high school career.

Nick McFadden will play football as a student/athlete at Carson-Newman College in Jefferson City next year.

Named Mr. Football as back of the year in Division II in addition to earning All-state honors as a defensive back, McFadden rushed 129 times for 1,120 yards and 18 touchdowns and caught 11 passes for 303 yards and four touchdowns in helping lead the 2004 Irish to one of the school’s best seasons ever.

Elizabeth Young, daughter of Anne and Timothy Young, will play tennis next year as a student/athlete at the University of Cincinnati.

The Lady Irish No. 1 singles and doubles player, Young was named All-KIL and team most valuable player each of her first three years at KCHS.

In addition, she is an excellent student who ranks fourth in her class while maintaining a 4.0 grade point average.

 

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