Standout Soccer Player Commits to Cornell

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One Yavapai College Soccer player has a bright future ahead of him.
Roughriders midfielder John Scearce committed to Cornell University in upstate New York on Tuesday.
An exciting career in the Ivy League awaits the current sophomore, who is second all-time in assists for Yavapai College with 31, just shy of Rudy Duarte’s 32.
The Chaparral High School graduate scored 13 goals and was named an All-Region I performer in 2016. Scearce led the Roughriders to an ACCAC, region and district title as the program made their 21st appearance in the NJCAA National Tournament. Yavapai beat a 24-year-old national scoring record with 145 goals in one season.

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