Mauldin seniors sign athletic scholarships

Mauldin seniors sign athletic scholarships

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Mauldin seniors sign athletic scholarships

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Mauldin High seniors Dah’Vielle Lucas, left, and Jake Fuller signed scholarships, Lucas with Converse College for basketball and Fuller with Presbyterian College for soccer.

Mauldin High seniors Dah’Vielle Lucas, left, and Jake Fuller signed scholarships, Lucas with Converse College for basketball and Fuller with Presbyterian College for soccer.

Mauldin High seniors Jake Fuller and Dah’Vielle Lucas recently signed athletic scholarships, Fuller to play soccer at Presbyterian College and Lucas to play basketball at Converse College.

Fuller, projected to play outside back for the Blue Hose, has played on the Mavericks’ varsity for four years and is a four-year letterwinner.

A two-time All-Region 2-AAAA selection, Fuller had scored 43 goals from the beginning of his junior year through April 29. He was chosen to play in the North-South all-star game and is an all-state nominee (the team has yet to be announced).

Fuller, one of the Mavericks’ captain this season, has been on the team’s leadership council for the last three years.

“He has a very high work rate and a motor that never stops,” Mauldin coach Joe Siatkowski said. “It has been a pleasure to coach Jake.”

Lucas, a 5-foot-9 wing player, averaged 14 points and eight rebounds per game as a senior and was chosen for the all-region team for the second year in a row.

An All-Greenville County first-team choice as a senior (she was third-team as a junior), Lucas was selected to participate in the North-South all-star game, the PAA Senior Showcase and the Spartanburg-Greenville FCA All-Star Challenge following her senior season.

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