East Wake’s Chase Brantley signs with Bluefield College baseball alongside (seated, from left) brother Shane Thorson, mom and dad Angie and Terry Brantley, and (standing, from left) East Wake Principal Stacey Alston, East Wake coach Tony Piercy, personal coach John Link, Bluefield pitching coach Drew Bailey and East Wake Athletic Director John Hasbrouck at the school in Wendell, N.C. Monday, March 21, 2016.
East Wake’s Chase Brantley signs with Bluefield College baseball alongside (seated, from left) brother Shane Thorson, mom and dad Angie and Terry Brantley, and (standing, from left) East Wake Principal Stacey Alston, East Wake coach Tony Piercy, personal coach John Link, Bluefield pitching coach Drew Bailey and East Wake Athletic Director John Hasbrouck at the school in Wendell, N.C. Monday, March 21, 2016. Aaron Moody amoody@newsobserver.com
East Wake’s Chase Brantley signs with Bluefield College baseball alongside (seated, from left) brother Shane Thorson, mom and dad Angie and Terry Brantley, and (standing, from left) East Wake Principal Stacey Alston, East Wake coach Tony Piercy, personal coach John Link, Bluefield pitching coach Drew Bailey and East Wake Athletic Director John Hasbrouck at the school in Wendell, N.C. Monday, March 21, 2016. Aaron Moody amoody@newsobserver.com

Chase Brantley of East Wake play baseball at Bluefield College

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