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Knigge commits to Briar Cliff; will participate in two sports for Iowa school


Stephen McKay

Bryant Knigge of Potter-Dix signs his letters of intent to play basketball and track at Briar Cliff University in Sioux City, Iowa. To his left is his father Steve while mother Mar-Lynn is seated to his right. In the back row from left are, Potter-Dix Head Track Coach Bob Hilpert, Football and Pole Vault Coach Dale Frerichs, Basketball Coach Chad Miller and Assistant Track Coach Amy Hicks.

Bryant Knigge of Potter-Dix High School has signed a letter of intent to play basketball and compete in track at Briar Cliff University in Sioux City, Iowa.

Knigge, a three-sport standout at Potter-Dix, played wideout and later quarterback for the Coyotes last season. During the winter campaign he was the leading scorer on the basketball team. Only recently he set a new personal record in his favorite track and field event. At the MAC meet on Friday in Chappell he cleared the bar at 13-10 in the pole vault.

Originally Knigge had his mind set on playing basketball in college. So when Briar C...

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