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I watched the signing ceremony for one of our newest Terps, Caleb Rowe. Blue Ridge High School moved the NSD ceremony for their athletes to Greenville Memorial Hospital in Greenville, SC, so Caleb's father could be there to see his son officially sign with the Terps.
Caleb's father has been diagnosed with Leukemia (not sure if this was known here already) and could not leave the hospital. It was a classy move on the part of the school and the other athletes to move the ceremony to the hospital . It was also a very touching scene to watch on TV. Caleb's entire family, including his father, was decked out in Terps gear.
As a fan base, I hope we will all take a moment to remember Caleb's father, and the entire family in our thoughts and prayers. They are all part of the family here now.
Here's to a speedy recovery Mr. Rowe!! Good thoughts and prayers from the entire Terps family!!
"Academics is important, because without them....you aren't allowed to play!"
Welcome aboard, and speedy recovery!
Hang-in there Mr. Rowe, I just got over a battle with cancer recently, and it's amazing at the progress in treatments the last few years. From what I have gathered, and observed, it appears that you have raised a "fine" young man and you should be very proud.
We're proud that he's a TERP! and looks like he has a great future! I hope to see you, Caleb starting at QB, and leading the Terps to victory at Bryd in a couple of years. God Bess you and Good Luck!
Thanks for posting.
Would love to see a picture of this.
This post was edited by JJTerpNY 2 years ago
Best wishes for a speedy recovery Mr. Rowe.
Get well soon Mr. Rowe.
Also, congrats to Blue Ridge High School for getting this right. It seems like so often these days, school districts get these things wrong.
Best thoughts to you Mr. Rowe! Speedy recovery so we can see you at Byrd soon!
What an great story. I'm proud to be a Terp today. Good luck Mr. Rowe, you will not be fighitng this battle alone.
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