Wood signs with Surry

Elkin High School athlete, Tyler Wood, signs his Letter of Intent to play baseball at Surry Community College starting this fall. Wood was a pitcher for the Buckin’ Elks and he was a varsity baseball player for three years. Joining Wood at the signing are, front row, from left, Daniel Jolly, Tonya Jolly, Paizley Jolly and Glenda Booker; back row, Jason Hooker, Elkin Principal Joel Hoyle, SCC baseball Coach Tim Collins, Mike Booker, Elkin Athletic Director Tony Duncan, and Roy Vernon. - Kristian Russell | The Tribune

Elkin High School athlete, Tyler Wood, signs his Letter of Intent to play baseball at Surry Community College starting this fall. Wood was a pitcher for the Buckin’ Elks and he was a varsity baseball player for three years. Joining Wood at the signing are, front row, from left, Daniel Jolly, Tonya Jolly, Paizley Jolly and Glenda Booker; back row, Jason Hooker, Elkin Principal Joel Hoyle, SCC baseball Coach Tim Collins, Mike Booker, Elkin Athletic Director Tony Duncan, and Roy Vernon.

Elkin High School athlete, Tyler Wood, signs his Letter of Intent to play baseball at Surry Community College starting this fall. Wood was a pitcher for the Buckin’ Elks and he was a varsity baseball player for three years. Joining Wood at the signing are, front row, from left, Daniel Jolly, Tonya Jolly, Paizley Jolly and Glenda Booker; back row, Jason Hooker, Elkin Principal Joel Hoyle, SCC baseball Coach Tim Collins, Mike Booker, Elkin Athletic Director Tony Duncan, and Roy Vernon.
https://www.elkintribune.com/wp-content/uploads/2018/05/web1_DSC_0343.jpgElkin High School athlete, Tyler Wood, signs his Letter of Intent to play baseball at Surry Community College starting this fall. Wood was a pitcher for the Buckin’ Elks and he was a varsity baseball player for three years. Joining Wood at the signing are, front row, from left, Daniel Jolly, Tonya Jolly, Paizley Jolly and Glenda Booker; back row, Jason Hooker, Elkin Principal Joel Hoyle, SCC baseball Coach Tim Collins, Mike Booker, Elkin Athletic Director Tony Duncan, and Roy Vernon. Kristian Russell | The Tribune