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John, seen here with Coach Mike Sepulveda (left) and Parents JB and Kim Shurance (back) will be playing baseball next year at Point Loma Nazerene University.
John, seen here with Coach Mike Sepulveda (left) and Parents JB and Kim Shurance (back) will be playing baseball next year at Point Loma Nazerene Univ...

Linfield's John Shurance signs with Point Loma Baseball

Friday, April 18th, 2014
Issue 16, Volume 18.
JP Raineri
Sports Writer/Multimedia Editor

Spring Signing Day took place this week and John Shurance form the Linfield Lions Baseball program signed his letter of intent to play baseball at Point Loma Nazarene University.

John says, "This is a great opportunity for me and I'm very excited to be going to Point Loma because of the great education I will be receiving, the atmosphere seemed like a perfect fit and of course they have a great baseball program. I look forward to helping any way I can, plus who can beat the view of the Pacific Ocean over the outfield fence."

The Valley News will bring you more updates on students athletes that signed this week as soon as we hear of them.



Comment Profile ImageJ.Nichols
Comment #1 | Saturday, Apr 19, 2014 at 4:09 am
Bravo John Shurance! You've been the model of consistency in faith, academics, and one of the finest baseball talents in the valley for many years. We all look forward to seeing you challenge collegiate baseball. Godspeed at Pt. Loma!

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