East Wake swimming standout Ryan Worley signs to swim for South Dakota State University in the presence of (seated, from left) his parents Michael and Tonya Worley and (standing, from left) East Wake Principal Stacey Alston, his brother Devin Worley and East Wake Athletic Director Jon Hasbrouck.
East Wake swimming standout Ryan Worley signs to swim for South Dakota State University in the presence of (seated, from left) his parents Michael and Tonya Worley and (standing, from left) East Wake Principal Stacey Alston, his brother Devin Worley and East Wake Athletic Director Jon Hasbrouck. Aaron Moody amoody@newsobserver.com
East Wake swimming standout Ryan Worley signs to swim for South Dakota State University in the presence of (seated, from left) his parents Michael and Tonya Worley and (standing, from left) East Wake Principal Stacey Alston, his brother Devin Worley and East Wake Athletic Director Jon Hasbrouck. Aaron Moody amoody@newsobserver.com

East Wake’s Ryan Worley to swim for South Datoka State University

November 23, 2015 09:42 PM

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