Sterling Berry Signs Football Scholarship with Concordia University
PCA senior Sterling Berry has declared his intent to pursue his passion for football at the collegiate level. Sterling signed with Concordia University, an NAIA Division II school in Ann Arbor, Michigan, during a recent ceremony among family and teammates.
Berry is a versatile athlete playing as a defensive cornerback and running back. He has played football since he was four years old and has been an integral part of PCA’s varsity team since his eighth-grade year. During his senior year, he played through ankle injuries and his father’s cancer diagnosis – a significant amount of stress that would require most athletes to throw in the towel. Through it all, Berry preserved as an example to his teammates and coaches.
“Sterling is a great young man with a big heart,” said Jeremy Carter, PCA’s head football coach. “He works hard on both sides of the ball and is a Christian leader on the field and in the classroom. He will no doubt be an asset to the Cardinals.”