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“Dotted Line” Athletes of the Month – Presented by Service Body Shop

Since 2007, VYPE has recognized high school student athletes that continue their education through athletics from community & technical colleges to D1. With the exception of a handful of student athletes, every student athlete VYPE honors uses their athletic ability to go to college and prepare for a career! VYPE believes all student athletes that are able to use athletics to prepare for a career should be recognized for their accomplishment. VYPE takes pictures of athletes  signing events & post those photos in the magazine & online under the title “The Dotted Line.” Since VYPE began covering these athletes, our coverage has grown substantially year after year. Our coverage has also resulted in schools doing much more elaborate signing celebrations & much more media coverage. VYPE post over 200 photos of student athletes signings each year! The Dotted Line is the most requested editorial recognition element in VYPE & has a very strong social media presence.

Athletic Directors, Coaches, Parents & Student Athletes – let VYPE know about your signing events! VYPE tries hard to attend signings we are invited to! When we can’t, send us a photo! We will get it posted!

Thanks to Service Body Shop, VYPE can continue to recognize these athletes every month! Service Body Shop provides Guaranteed Collision Repair and now helps VYPE Guarantee “The Dotted Line” to area student athletes & to their communities!

Buhler’s Blake Peterson,
McPherson soccer

Buhler’s Faith Kretzer, Colby CC volleyball

Buhler’s Kaden Quint,
McPherson soccer

Campus’ Seth Falley, Butler CC football

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