College soccer in the Carolina states will be getting a whole lot better after Wednesday, thanks to the powerhouse McDonogh boys and girls programs.
On Wednesday, when soccer players can sign their national letters of intent to receive athletic scholarships, four of the top players from the area will be seated at McDonogh to make things official.
From the boys team, Michael DeShields will sign to play at Wake Forest, while Cale Thorne will be bound for Clemson. Both were All-Metro first-team defenders who led the No. 1 Eagles to a 20-0-1 season and the Maryland Interscholastic Athletic Association A Conference crown.
From the girls team, which went 12-0, claimed the...