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More on Fischer's Commitment
He tells Scout.com, "I did it before the game. I committed to Coach Nichol and Coach Kish. They were both excited and Kish have me a huge hug."
The proximity to home seemed to be a big factor in Fischer pulling the trigger, "In the end it was the right fit for me and it's nice to stay at home where there is such a good program." Fischer also had an offer from Colorado.
Fischer (5-11 235) has been a mainstay in the Nighthawks defense for going on three years now. He has manned the middle and done it spectacularly. This year he will be a three-year starter and he has been an all-region selection since his sophomore year. He is also one of the state's best shotputters, showing great explosion with a 50' + throw last year.
With kids committing and decommitting becoming more common, Fischer says that is not the case, "The verbal is pretty solid. I do not think I will have to take my other officials."
Here are highlights of the newest Cat in action:
Ironwood Ridge is currently 0-1, losing to Pinnacle 10-6 on Friday. Fischer and his teammates take on Goldwater (0-1) this week.
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