Shamon Holder (left) is hopeful that a strong season for Perquimans will go a long way toward earning an opportunity to play college football, but the senior is prepared if football doesn’t work out, as he wants a career as a veterinarian.

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Shamon Holder (left) is hopeful that a strong season for Perquimans will go a long way toward earning an opportunity to play college football, but the senior is prepared if football doesn’t work out, as he wants a career as a veterinarian.

An Animal Instinct: Perquimans’ Holder lines up his future

By Jimmy LaRoue

The Daily Advance

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HERTFORD — Shamon Holder admits to being a laid back person, but he gets serious when talking about his future.

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