Four Carolina Forest Panthers signed national letters of intent to continue their athletic and academic careers in college.
Jordan Abercrombie will play softball at the new program at USC-Beaufort. Abercrombie was the right fielder on the Panthers squad that won a district title.
Austin Vaught signed a letter of intent for a swimming scholarship at Limestone College. Vaught finished 6th in the state in the 100 backstroke and 9th in class 4A in 100 butterfly.
Michael Brame was Carolina Forest's leading scorer on the soccer pitch and will play collegiate soccer at Division II Limestone.
The Panthers soccer team also has a division I signee. Goalie Christopher Glodack is on his way to the ACC to play for the Clemson men's soccer squad. Glodack chose the Tigers over NC State, Coastal Carolina and Florida Gulf Coast.