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Three Lady Saints Basketball Players Sign
05/18/2009

Raegan Broadie

The final three unsigned Seward County Lady Saints Basketball Players inked their national letters of intent last week and will continue their athletic careers at four year universities. Reagan Broadie signed first and will attend Concordia University in Seward, Nebraska. She averaged 4.4 points and 3.7 rebounds per game for the Lady Saints this season and led the team in free-throw shooting at 71.4%. Head Coach Toby Wynn described Reagan as a “very versatile player.” “She has the chance to go in there and play a lot of minutes and become an All-Conference type player for them” he continued. Vannessa Simmons was the next Lady Saints hoopster to sign as she put her John Hancock on the paperwork of South Alabama University. She will join a Jaguars team who won 21 games a year ago and that plays in the Sun Belt Conference. Simmons averaged 8.3 points and 5.9 rebounds for the Lady Saints last season. “Vannessa is a very talented player that can do a lot of different things for a team” coach Wynn said. He went on to say “she has the abilities to go into a school like South Alabama and make an immediate impact for a good division 1 team.” Karen Brown was the final Lady Saints Basketball player of 2008-2009 to sign. The sophomore from Republic decided to go a different route than her other teammates as she will take her athletic abilities to Montana State University where she will compete in track and field for the Bobcats. She was a four time state qualifier while at Republic County High School and will throw the javelin for MSU.

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