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Thursday, February 7, 2013

Former Local Boy Receives Full Athletic Scholarship for Football

Brandon Fowler Formerly Of Austin

Brandon Fowler formerly of Austin, is the grandson of Fred Fowler & great grandson of Doris Fowler both of Austin.

Brandon is the son of Mary Jo Fowler, also a native of Austin now residing in Charlotte NC. Further he is the Grandson of Kaye Gleason-Breitenstein formerly of Coudersport, Living in Reading PA,

Brandon was recruited by several Divison I and II Colleges, however, he Signed with Concord University, West Virginia today. He was granted a full scholarship with the football program as a Defensive Lineman.

Brandon played high school football with the Mallard Creek Mavericks, Charlotte NC who were ranked #2 in NC State Football in 2012, and ranked 5th in 2013. He was a three year Varsity Starter, Team Captain and earned all-conference honors in 2012.

Concord is a NCAA Div II School with a 21-12 standing since 2009.

The picture below is of Brandon on his Senior Night, Mallard Creek High School, with his mother Mary Jo and Great Grandmother Doris Fowler who escorted him on the field. 

Photo...compliments of Joy Clester

6 comments :

Anonymous said...

Congratulations to this young man and his family.

Anonymous said...

Go get em Brandon. Make Joe proud.

Deonna (Springer) Snyder said...

Congratulations!!! I'm sure the whole family is very proud.

Anonymous said...

Way to go Brandon, congrats also to your mom-Mary Jo great job!!!

Anonymous said...

From Cowanesque Valley----Congratulations and glad to see a small town boy get a scholarship. Work hard and keep going towards your Goal.

Dick & Carol Logue said...

Congrats, young man, & best of luck!!!