Playing with energy and passion is something almost expected out of a senior starter. Energy and passion have never been a question for Clinton Soccer’s Briggs Comley.
On Thursday, Jan. 11, Comley signed a letter of intent with Northwest Community College to play soccer for the Rangers.
“I loved the campus at Northwest, and it’s close to family,” Comley said. “Coach (Charlie) Baldwin is a good guy, and I’ve met some of my future teammates. We got along well, and I knew it was a good fit.”
Comley has netted three goals this season, on par with his junior and sophomore seasons. Comley scored three goals with two assists during his junior year and three goals and four assists his sophomore year.
Head coach Tyler Wade said, “Briggs is a great kid and has grown more than any other player in our program over the last few years.”
Wade added, “He always puts his team first and works hard to make himself and his team better. With his work ethic and drive to be better, there is no doubt he will be successful at the next level.”
Comley won the 100% Award in both his sophomore and junior year.
Comley is a member of the National Honor Society and four-year member of the nationally acclaimed Attache Show Choir.
Briggs is the son of Rusty and Ali Comley.