Phillips Is a Hilltopper

Photo by Cody Tomer Wheeling Park’s Nate Phillips signed his letter of intent to continue his academic and football careers at West Liberty University. “It’s been a great four years at Wheeling Park,” Phillips said. “I’ve made a lot of memories and played under some great coaches. I like the campus at West Liberty, the coaches and I think the offense they run fits me pretty well. Being at a place close to home with my brother and best friends from high school also factored in a lot.” Phillips collected 44 receptions for 667 yards as a senior with five offensive touchdowns, seven interceptions and 47 tackles on his way to earning an first team all-state selection. He is flanked by father, Keith, and mother, Terry. Back row, from left: Brother, Zach, Park athletics director Dwaine Rodgers, football coach Chris Daugherty and brother, Brett.

Wheeling Park’s Nate Phillips signed his letter of intent to continue his academic and football careers at West Liberty University. “It’s been a great four years at Wheeling Park,” Phillips said. “I’ve made a lot of memories and played under some great coaches. I like the campus at West Liberty, the coaches and I think the offense they run fits me pretty well. Being at a place close to home with my brother and best friends from high school also factored in a lot.” Phillips collected 44 receptions for 667 yards as a senior with five offensive touchdowns, seven interceptions and 47 tackles on his way to earning an first team all-state selection. He is flanked by father, Keith, and mother, Terry. Back row, from left: Brother, Zach, Park athletics director Dwaine Rodgers, football coach Chris Daugherty and brother, Brett.

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