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Cape Central soccer player signs with Missouri Baptist

CCHS senior Dashaun Blissett signed a letter of intent to play soccer for Missouri Baptist University. (Source: Stephanie Blissett) CCHS senior Dashaun Blissett signed a letter of intent to play soccer for Missouri Baptist University. (Source: Stephanie Blissett)
CCHS senior Dashaun Blissett signed a letter of intent to play soccer for Missouri Baptist University. (Source: Stephanie Blissett) CCHS senior Dashaun Blissett signed a letter of intent to play soccer for Missouri Baptist University. (Source: Stephanie Blissett)
CCHS senior Dashaun Blissett signed a letter of intent to play soccer for Missouri Baptist University. (Source: Stephanie Blissett) CCHS senior Dashaun Blissett signed a letter of intent to play soccer for Missouri Baptist University. (Source: Stephanie Blissett)
CAPE GIRARDEAU, MO (KFVS) -

A senior at Cape Central High School is about to trade in the tiger stripes for Spartan armor.

Dashaun Blissett signed a letter of intent to play soccer for Missouri Baptist University on Wednesday, Jan. 27.

Blissett has been a varsity player during all four years at CCHS. He has also been all conference, all state, all region, and all district. His mother, Stephanie, says he began playing soccer when he was four years old.

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