Although the school year may not have ended as it should have, recent Fannin County High School graduate Chandler Bond made his mark and was able to commit to Truett McConnell University to play soccer!
Not only did Bond play soccer all four years of high school, but he also ran cross country for two. Chandler has been awarded for his great performance on the field by receiving many awards including a First Team All-Region Mention and the Most Valuable Player Award for two years in a row. The dual athlete was very involved in school as he was in a club called HOSA (Health Occupations Students of America) and even took some honors and AP classes.
“Chandler Bond is Fannin County High School’s all-time leader in wins as a goalkeeper, clean sheets, penalty kicks blocked, and goals scored while primarily playing goalkeeper. We are looking forward to watching him develop at the next level,” Lee Johnson, head coach of the Fannin Rebels Soccer Team shared with Team FYN Sports.