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Three Conrad Seniors Sign to Play at Tech and Rocky

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Conrad's Mick Morris commented on how very few high school athletes go on to play college sports and that the three Conrad seniors who signed to play at the next level were very deserving of the honor.

Morris had the pleasure of coaching two of them directly. Quarterback Clark Judisch and offensive lineman Kyle Murack both signed on Wednesday to play at Montana Tech, which just so happens to be in Coach Morris' home town. He told KFBB that the two standouts were mulling over preferred walk-on offers from Montana State, but in the end, chose to go with a Tech program that took the Frontier Conference by storm in 2015.

"I was ecstatic to get up and get here and get it done and now it's official I'm an Oredigger... It's awesome," Murack exclaimed.

"Looking to go into engineering, they (Tech) have one of the best engineering schools in the country and a great football program, so it's just the best of both worlds," Judisch added.

Logan Garman was the third Cowboy to sign on Wednesday. He will play golf at Rocky Mountain in Billings, becoming the first in his family to play a collegiate sport.

"It means the world to me, it's a cool and humbling experience. No one in my family has done something like this so it's cool to be the first person in my family," Garman said.

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