Marsh and Parks Sign National Letters of Intent

National Signing Day is one of the most exciting days in an athlete’s career. It is the accumulation of years of hard work, sacrifice and the relentless pursuit to play the game they love at the next level.

The Asheboro ZooKeepers would like to recognize two of our Randolph County Post 45 players for signing their National Letter of Intents to further their academic and athletic careers.

Tanner Marsh, a senior at Asheboro High School and a two-way player for Post 45, the fourth in line of Marsh brothers who have played here, has committed to play at Liberty University.

“We are excited for Tanner and look forward to watching his academic and athletic careers progress at Liberty University.” said Ronnie Pugh, Post 45’s head coach and co-owner of the ZooKeepers.

Tyler Parks, a Senior at Southwestern Randolph High School and a two-way player for Post 45, committed to play for the University of North Carolina.

“We are very happy for Tyler as he continues his college career,” said Pugh

We congratulate both of these young men and their families and look forward to watching this next chapter in their lives unfold.


Congratulations Tanner and Tyler!