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Senior Luis Peguero signs to Coker College on May 1st. His head coach, and long time family friend is seen behind him.

Senior Luis Peguero signs to Coker College on May 1st. His head coach, and long time family friend is seen behind him.

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Senior Luis Peguero signs to Coker College on May 1st. His head coach, and long time family friend is seen behind him.

Photo M. Hall

Photo M. Hall

Senior Luis Peguero signs to Coker College on May 1st. His head coach, and long time family friend is seen behind him.

Sarah Ortiz, Staff Writer

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Luis Peguero (’14) hasn’t wrestled his last match yet. Peguero signed yesterday to Coker College NCAA II in South Carolina.

“Coker has a D2 wrestling program that is up and coming,” Peguero said.

This is Coker’s second year as a program.

“I want to come in and make a statement,” he said. “And possibly history.”

Peguero plans on studying business management at the four year university to benefit him after his college years are over.

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