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Ashby’s Langlie commits to MSUM

Published 10:32am Wednesday, February 20, 2013

We are very pleased to announce that Ashby senior football player, Tanner Langlie, has signed his National Letter of Intent to play for the University of Minnesota-Moorhead Dragons football program and Coach Steve Laqua, says former Head Football Coach Andy Campbell.  “We’re extremely excited about this group,” Laqua said on the MSUM Dragons football website. “There’s definitely some difference makers who will compete for playing time right away. This increases the talent level of our team as a whole. We were very specific looking for guys who can compete right away because of how young we are. This group will create instant competition for starting positions and playing time this fall.”
“Tanner is a 4-time All-Pheasant Conference player for us and AHS will miss his leadership, intensity, hard work, and play making abilities.  I have no doubts in my mind that Tanner will exceed at the next level and will not only represent the Arrows football program but the Ashby community as well.  He’s been a wonderful yougman to work with over the last 2-seasons for me and I know that he is well prepared to accept the challenges and opportunities that MSUM can provide.  Good luck big guy,” proclaims a very proud Coach Campbell.

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