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Dickinson State Blue Hawks football signs Billings West linebacker

Billings (Mont.) West High School linebacker Aaric Spring signed to the Dickinson State football team, according to a press release Tuesday.Spring was an Eastern 2A all-conference selection and helped his team to a Class 2A playoff appearance in ...

Billings (Mont.) West High School linebacker Aaric Spring signed to the Dickinson State football team, according to a press release Tuesday.
Spring was an Eastern 2A all-conference selection and helped his team to a Class 2A playoff appearance in 2015.
Spring was coached by DSU Hall of Fame running back Rob Stanton - DSU head football coach Pete Stanton’s brother.
“Aaric Spring is an outstanding student-athlete,” Rob said in the release. “His work ethic, desire and commitment are unparalleled and will lead him to success at DSU. Aaric’s core values coincide with those at DSU and I am looking forward to his continued success in the classroom and on the field.”
Spring was also an academic all-state selection and is a member of the National Honor Society.
Spring’s father, Dave, played offensive line for Missouri State.
“Aaric is a perfect fit for our program in many ways. He fits well at our outside linebacker position. He does a great job in the open field in coverage and tackling,” Pete said in the release.
“He has a good feel for the game and plays very hard. He plays with passion and is very intelligent. Most importantly Aaric leads by example. He is a good student, dedicated athlete and a relentless worker. He is the type of guy that is going to make our program better.”

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