Eric Hoy signs with Randolph-Macon College with (seated) his parents, Tanya and Brian Hoy, (standing, from left) Clayton principal Clint Eaves, Clayton assistant football coach Anthony Barbour, assistant coach Marcus Rogers, Clayton athletic director Stacey Houser and assistant football coach Alan West.
Eric Hoy signs with Randolph-Macon College with (seated) his parents, Tanya and Brian Hoy, (standing, from left) Clayton principal Clint Eaves, Clayton assistant football coach Anthony Barbour, assistant coach Marcus Rogers, Clayton athletic director Stacey Houser and assistant football coach Alan West. D. Clay Best cbest@newsobserver.com
Eric Hoy signs with Randolph-Macon College with (seated) his parents, Tanya and Brian Hoy, (standing, from left) Clayton principal Clint Eaves, Clayton assistant football coach Anthony Barbour, assistant coach Marcus Rogers, Clayton athletic director Stacey Houser and assistant football coach Alan West. D. Clay Best cbest@newsobserver.com

Clayton standout Eric Hoy to play football at Randolph-Macon

May 07, 2015 12:17 PM

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