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GCHS' Cummins headed to Asbury

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By Paul Gable

For four seasons, Josh Cummins has played the game of baseball with one goal in mind—to attract the interest of a college baseball coach.

In addition to helping the Grant County High School baseball team win games, Cummins accomplished his goal, earning the attention of Asbury College, Hanover College, Spalding College and Brescia University.

"I always wanted to play college baseball and go as far as I can in the sport. This is a dream come true," Cummins said.


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