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Three KO senior football players sign their LOIs

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Keystone Oaks seniors, from right to left, Ryan Carroll, Cory Sevacko and Dale Klobuchir sign their letters of intent to play college football at Keystone Oaks High School on Monday, April 8, 2013.

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Three Keystone Oaks senior football players signed their letters of intent to continue their playing careers last week.

Senior lineman Ryan Carroll signed his letter of intent to play at Merychurst. The lineman was named to the all-Century Conference second team as a defensive lineman last season. He recorded 26 tackles, a sack and recorded two fumbles during the 2012 season.

Cory Sevacko will also play at the NCAA Division II level as he signed his LOI to play at Clarion.

After last season, Sevacko was named a first team all-conference wid receivers and a second team all-conference defensive back.

He had 591 yards and seven touchdowns as a receiver and 64 tackles as a defensive back last season.

Dale Klobuchir will take his talents to the Division III level as he signed to play at Grove City.

Klobuchir was named to the al-conference first team as a running back last season. He recorded 1,043 yards and seven touchdowns on the ground last season.

Nathan Smith is a staff writer for Trib Total Media. He can be reached at 412-388-5813.

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