Lyman Ward’s Reese signs with Point University

Submitted / The Outlook

Wednesday, Lyman Ward’s Joseph Reese, seated left, signed his National Letter of Intent to play football at Point University. He is a multi-sport athlete for the Rangers, also competing in baseball. During a record-setting 64-16 win against Lighthouse Academy this football season, Reese accounted for five rushing touchdowns, two passing touchdowns and 314 total yards. At his signing, Reese was joined by, front row, LWMA President Lt. Col. Jared Norrell; back row, from left, defensive coordinator Jake Norotsky, head footballc oach Roland Bell, athletic director Keith Elliott, offensive coordinator Matthew Kelly and academic dean Mark Morgan.

Wednesday, Lyman Ward’s Joseph Reese, seated left, signed his National Letter of Intent to play football at Point University.

He is a multi-sport athlete for the Rangers, also competing in baseball. During a record-setting 64-16 win against Lighthouse Academy this football season, Reese accounted for five rushing touchdowns, two passing touchdowns and 314 total yards.

At his signing, Reese was joined by, front row, LWMA President Lt. Col. Jared Norrell; back row, from left, defensive coordinator Jake Norotsky, head football coach Roland Bell, athletic director Keith Elliott, offensive coordinator Matthew Kelly and academic dean Mark Morgan.