St. Michael senior Chase Fisher signed his college letter of intent to play football for East Texas Baptist University.
Chase, who plays free safety, found his love for football at six years old and has played for St. Michael only senior year of his high school career. “I have a love for the sport of football that I have been able to share with St. Michael during my senior year,” said Chase.
While attending East Texas Baptist, Chase plans to major in Business and says he looks forward to I look being able to play football at another level and form connections through a collegiate sport.
St. Michael football coach, Justin Hutchinson, says Chase is an outstanding young man who has earned a fantastic opportunity to continue playing football in college. “This was Chase’s first year of playing high school football and he had some amazing achievements. He started every game for us at Free Safety where he led our team in tackles and in interceptions. He was a tireless worker and was dedicated to making our team as good as it could possibly be. Not only was Chase a great leader on our team, but he has also proven to be an outstanding leader in our school community. He has an excellent academic record and takes time to be involved with a very diverse group of students within our student body.”
During his senior year, Chase was a starter for every game and led the team in tackles and interceptions, including holding the most interceptions in the district.