Carter Smith(Grimsley High School) not ready to ‘plead the fifth’ as he and his Randoph College Wildcats have the answers leading to a Super Soccer Season

Posted by Andy Durham on October 30, 2013 at 8:26 pm under College, High School | Comments are off for this article

Update on Carter Smith and his Randolph College Wildcats, as they look to get into the NCAA DIII Soccer Final Four…..Smith is the former Grimsley Whirlies keeper(Goalie/Goal Keeper-GK) and he is really doing well with his college team, up in the Hill City, of Lynchburg, Virginia……

Carter Smith(Grimsley High School) and the Randolph College Wildcats wrapped up the regular season last night with a 4-0 win over Washington & Lee which had previously lost only one match. The win gives the RC Wildcats the ODAC(Old Dominion Athletic Conference) regular season crown (first in school history), as well as home field throughout the ODAC tournament that begins on Saturday(November 2)….RC will either be playing Guilford College or Randolph-Macon pending R-M’s match tonight(Wenesday October 30).

Randolph College finished 10-1 in conference (most wins by any school in conference history) and 15-1-1 overall. Carter Smith currently leads all goalies in the conference in Goals Against Average as well as most shutouts this season with 6.

Looking to get 3 wins in the ODAC tourney, to be crowned champions for the 2nd time in 3 years, as well as receiving the automatic NCAA tourney bid.

*****In reference to our title on ‘pleading the fifth’, we always like to include a daily lesson or two if possible and here is the word or the lack of the word in some cases on this phrase from Wikipedia.*****

To “plead the Fifth” is to refuse to answer any question because “the implications of the question, in the setting in which it is asked” lead a claimant to possess a “reasonable cause to apprehend danger from a direct answer”, believing that “a responsive answer to the question or an explanation of why it cannot be answered might be dangerous because injurious disclosure could result.”


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