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North Lamar’s Emeyabbi signs with Southeastern

Kobey Emeyabbi

North Lamar High School Panther, Kobey Emeyabbi, will join the Savage Storm football team in Durant, Oklahoma, in the fall of 2020. Southeastern Oklahoma State University is a member of the NCAA Division II Great American Conference.

Seated with Emeyabbi as he signs are his father NLISD Athletic Director and Head Football Coach Aaron Emeyabbi, his brother Ryan, and mother Katie. Standing are his sisters Brynn and Lily.

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