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Sam Schoonveld Clinton Prairie

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Congratulations to Clinton Prairie RB Sam Schoonveld for achieving 560 career points last night. According to IHSAA.org that puts him in the all-time top 25 career scoring list. Quite a feat for a great young man, and more chances to keep climbing that list.  

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Glad to see he is doing so good. I first saw Sam when he played against my grandson's Sheridan Middle School team in 7th grade. All CP had to do was give him the ball and he was pretty much unstoppable. Some how Sheridan won that game by being able to hold onto the ball in the 4th quarter.

I've also seen him play baseball and basketball but it has been a few years so don't know if he has continued in those sports or not. He was a pretty good hitter in baseball. My grandson no longer plays any sports at Sheridan so haven't seen Sam play in a few years. 

Hope Sam is able to be successful at the next level wherever that might be.

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