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6.22.15 Deacon Dump

Not an extremely busy weekend, but the 2016 football recruiting class added a couple of running backs from in-state!

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Cade Carney Commits to Wake Forest - Blogger So Dear
Wake Forest continues to stock up on football commits for the 2016 recruiting class. This afternoon, Cade Carney, a 5'10" 195-pound running back out of Davidson Day High School, committed to the Demon Deacons. Carney is a 3-star running back, and is rated as the 69th best back in the country, according to 247's Composite Ratings. He chose Wake Forest over North Carolina and East Carolina.

Jamauri Wakefield Commits to Wake Forest - Blogger So Dear
Jamauri Wakefield, an athlete out of Providence High School in Jacksonville, Florida, has committed to the Wake Forest Demon Deacons. He became the second commitment of the day. Cade Carney, a 3-star running back out of North Carolina, also committed to Wake Forest today. Wakefield visited Wake Forest earlier in the week. 247 lists Wakefield as an outside linebacker, while Rivals lists him as a running back. He also held offers from Pittsburgh, UCF, and South Florida. He is 6'0" 210-pounds.

Youth Soccer News: GoalNation recently caught up with Southern California’s homegrown soccer player, globetrotting Roman Martin. Earlier this month, Martin, who earned the honor of Southern California Player of the Year,  rejoined professional-side GNK Dinamo Zagreb and is training at the club’s Maksimir training facility in the Croatian capital.

High school hoops’ star Harry Giles: We want to keep the city up - Winston-Salem Journal: Basketball
Thanks largely to Josh Howard and Chris Paul — as well as Happy Hairston and Herm Gilliam before them — Winston-Salem has a proud basketball tradition. Thanks to Harry Giles, that tradition is about to get even prouder.

Wake Forest’s Zalatoris back to playing golf - Winston-Salem Journal: Golf
Will Zalatoris hasn’t had much fun this summer thanks to an emergency surgery four weeks ago to have his appendix removed. But Zalatoris, a rising sophomore on the Wake Forest golf team, is ready to go and is back to playing golf again.

Deacs' Recruit Davis Wins US Open Playoff Qualifying Event - The Official Site of Wake Forest Demon Deacon Athletics
Wake Forest women's tennis recruit Emma Davis made a splash earlier this week by winning the New England US Open National Playoff Sectional Qualifying event held at Yale University Tennis Center in convincing fashion.

Field Hockey Announces 2015 Schedule - The Official Site of Wake Forest Demon Deacon Athletics
The defending ACC Champion Wake Forest field hockey team will host 10 home games during the 2015 season as announced by head coach Jennifer Averill on Thursday. "We look forward to hosting and competing against some of the most talented teams in the nation," Averill said. "We have a quality group of student-athletes returning and an outstanding freshmen class."