Three SHS Athletes sign Letters of Intent

Three Seneca High School student-athletes signed letters of intent Wednesday, Feb. 7, to continue their education and athletic careers. Jayden Mace signed to play soccer at Winthrop University. Cameron McCutcheon signed to play football at Gardner-Webb University. Coleman Smith signed to play football at Newberry College. Jayden Mace is a three year starter in soccer. He was named All-Region during his junior year. He has scored sixteen goals including two game winning goals and has had ten assists during his high school career. Head Boys Soccer Coach Glenn English said “Jayden’s work rate by far has been one of the best that I’ve seen in my 24 years of High School coaching and over 20 years in the competitive club soccer programs. I truly feel the direction Jayden is going he’ll be playing at the next level for years to come. Jayden leads by example. It’s been an honor for players and coaches to have Jayden as a peer, teammate and a tremendous player.” Cameron McCutcheon is a two sport (football and track) standout at Seneca High School. Cameron was a three year starter for the football team and a three year All-Region Defensive Back. He was twice named to the All-Mountain Lakes Team. He finished his career with seven interceptions. Cameron also excels in track where he has earned All-Region accolades in three events – high hurdles, 4×1 relay, and 4×4 relay. Coleman Smith is a two sport (football and baseball) standout at Seneca High School. He was a three year starter in football and was twice named an All-Region Wide Receiver. He was also named to the All-Mountain Lakes Team twice, earning the Player of the Year honor his senior season. Coleman scored twelve touchdowns during his senior campaign and also scored a touchdown in the North-South All-Star Game. Coleman also excels in baseball where he has been a four year starter leading his team to the AAA Upper State Championship as a junior while being named All-Region. Head Football Coach Hal Capps said “It is a huge honor to have Cameron and Coleman joining Braden Galloway (Clemson) and Hunter Pearson (Virginia) in signing football scholarships. Both Cameron and Coleman are outstanding on the field but even more outstanding in the classroom. Both rank in the top 20% of the senior class. Both of these young men are being rewarded today for the many hours they have put in to ensure their success. Both Cameron and Coleman had multiple offers. They had these offers because of their parents who have instilled high morals, standards and work ethic in these outstanding individuals.”