Worth County Rams go to college

Aaron Sinclair with his mother on signing day. / Jon Benson

The Worth County Rams have been busy since the offseason has begun by sending student-athletes off to college to continue their athletic careers.

The boys' soccer program will be sending four to the next level to continue their athletic careers, while the Lady Rams' Sierra Henderson is going to play for Georgia Military College.

Goalkeeper Aaron Sinclair signed with Darton State College, Hunter Jenkins signed with University of Charleston in West Virginia, Dale Pate signed with Lincoln Memorial University and Anthonie Iduiciana signed with Reinhardt College.

Sinclair said, "I am happy to represent my family and Worth County to play at the next level."

Sinclair has started all four years in high school while earning all-region honors during his time at Worth County. He has also played on the Classic One team for South Georgia United.

As for Jenkins, he has a similar resume by also playing all four years as a starter in high school along with earning 1st team all-region for four straight years. He was also voted at Mid-Fielder of the year for 2014. At the college level he hopes to continue at that position, but knows he might be used somewhere else.

Jenkins said, "On my visit, I practiced and played right Mid, but if that is where they need me, I can play anywhere."