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Kiski Area’s Antone signs with WVU

Bill Beckner Jr.
| Friday, November 12, 2010 12:00 a.m

It appears Kiski Area graduate Nate Antone will play Division I baseball after all.

Antone, a 6-foot-5 pitcher/infielder, signed a letter of intent to play at West Virginia.

Antone spent a year at Potomac State, a junior college in West Virginia, and will transfer. He injured his shoulder during the fall, forcing him to burn his redshirt year.

Antone, who also attended Greensburg Central Catholic, had issues with the NCAA clearinghouse test, an eligibility exam for student-athletes. That was a key reason he could not play at Pitt, where he initially committed.

Bill Beckner Jr. is a Tribune-Review local sports editor. You can contact Bill at 724-224-2696, or via Twitter .

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