Estill County's Doty Twins sign with Berea College

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    Estill County's Doty Twins sign with Berea College

    Estill County's Andrew and Lane Doty have signed with Berea College
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    Good for the twins. They had a great senior season last year for the Engineers, sweeping the district and regional titles, and now have the opportunity to play for Berea. The best of luck for both of them !!!!!

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    That's great. Excited to see how they do with Stone from Wolfe also signing there. Has Bonny signed anywhere yet?

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    Quote Originally Posted by BoltBoy99 View Post
    That's great. Excited to see how they do with Stone from Wolfe also signing there. Has Bonny signed anywhere yet?
    Not to mention, Caudill from Knott Central is also going to Berea.

    As for Bonny, to my knowledge, no he hasn't. Last I had heard from his dad was that they are trying to get him on at EKU.

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    For a small school, they're getting some great shooters!

    It wouldn't surprise me to see Bonny walk on at a bigger school like EKU. Kid is a fantastic ball player

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    Any word on Bonny yet?

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    Was impressed with the Doty's against Corbin in the Sweet Sixteen. They didn't have great a game @ Rupp but you could tell that they had great hands for big men and they scored it so efficiently. I believe one of them was close to leading the state in field goal percentage.

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    Glad to see these two get to play at the next level. Both worked their tails off and it paid off taking Estill to state, that didn’t happen over night, years for that moment.

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