Smith-Cotton High School senior goalkeeper Colby Edgar recently signed a National Letter of Intent to play soccer at Drury University in Springfield.

Edgar, the son of Edward and Tonya Edgar, played at the varsity level all four years of high school, earning three letters and serving as a Tigers team captain his junior and senior years, He was an All-Conference and All-District First Team selection his junior and senior years.

His senior year, he was District Co-Goalkeeper of the Year, made the All-Region team and was the Regional Goalkeeper of the Year; he also was named to the All-State Second Team. He finished his S-C career in goal with 38 shutouts, 14 during his senior season.

S-C boys soccer head coach Ethan Weller said, “Colby has been a critical part of our program the last four years. He has been a great leader, a wonderful role model to our younger players, and a model student. I can't wait to see what he does at the next level.”

In the photo: Colby Edgar, senior goalkeeper for the Smith-Cotton boys soccer team, signed a National Letter of Intent to play soccer at Drury University in Springfield. Seated with him are his parents, Edward and Tonya Edgar; back, from left: S-C Principal Wade Norton, sister Emilee Edgar, S-C Boys Soccer Head Coach Ethan Weller, sister Ava Edgar, and S-C Athletic Director Rob Davis.