February 2, 2019


Taylor Broadway (’15) is playing baseball at the University of Mississippi (Ole Miss) in Oxford, MS. He is majoring in general studies and looking forward to this year because playing Division 1 baseball has been a life-long dream of his. He says, “It’s also pretty surreal because this is the same university where CCS Baseball Coach David Swan played baseball. I wouldn’t be here if it wasn’t for all the amazing people at CCS who guided me in the right direction and encouraged me to become the man I am today, not only in the classroom or on the baseball field, but most importantly, in my faith.”

The February 2019 issue of the Alumni Newsletter features news about other CCS alumni. Click here to read more. 

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