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Sabercats Sign to Play College Football

By Eric Plummer, 02/06/19, 10:00PM MST


Castle Rock, CO.

National Signing Day was celebrated February 6th on the Castle View High School campus as four Sabercats signed their letters of intent to play college football.  Many high school football players dream of playing college football.  For these Castle View High School footballlers, their dreams are now officially a reality.

Seniors Andrew Grout, Ryan Joas, Cole Oster and Landon Williams will now look to represent the Sabercats at the next level.  

Andrew Grout has signed to play at Drake University in Des Moines, Iowa.  "I really like the team, all the guys there" said Grout.  "The coaches and the program really stood out".  In addition to playing Division I football, Andrew plans to study Pre-Law.  Likely to be music to Sabercat coach's ears, Grout says simply, "Do whatever (Head Coach) Casebier says!".

The Presentation College Saints are the beneficiaries of Ryan Joas' signature.  Joas will pursue Health Science studies while competing in the NorthStar Athletic Association (NAIA).  The decision to play at Presentation College came down to the "people and the coaching staff" for Ryan.  Joas shares some wisdom for the younger football players, "Make sure you're in that weight room!".


Montana State University will add the 2018 Sabercat team MVP in Cole Oster.  The future Bobcat could not be more excited about his decision to play Division I football in Bozeman.  "I just love Montana State; I love the town, the football program and everything about it - it's such a neat culture there" says Oster.  Cole, who plans to study Business, has some advice for his younger teammates, "Just keep grinding, go all out, because you never know where you're going to end up"

Garden City Community College is fortunate to have valued Sabercat Landon Williams heading to Kansas.  The future Broncbuster will pursue an education in Business at Garden City.  "Listen to Coach Casebier, grind your butt off and perform at (CSU Pueblo) Camp".  Good advice from a Sabercat that will be sorely missed next season.  Williams is looking forward to playing for Coach Minnick, "He is building something special and I want to be a part of it".

Castle View High School is home to many gifted students and athletes.  Today is a chance to celebrate the accomplishments of these four outstanding young men.