TOPEKA, Kan. (KPZ) - All four of the seniors on Washburn Rural High School's softball team will play the sport at the next level, signing their National Letters of intent Friday morning.
Abby Snow is headed to Johnson County Community College, while Jenny Metzger and Kelsee Henry are headed to Emporia State, and Savannah More will play for Washburn.
Henry has pitched for the Junior Blues since her freshman year. She has earned all-league, all-city, all-state and all South Central region honors.
Metzger is a catcher who has started since her freshman year. She also has earned all-league, all-city and all-state recognition.
Moore is a third baseman, who's also been in the starting lineup since her freshman year. WRHS Coach Brenda Holaday calls her an explosive player and power hitter. Those skills have earned all-league, all-city, all-state and all South Central region nods.
Snow is an outfielder who was a big contributor in last year's state tournament. Holaday says she brings speed and power to the lineup.
"We have been very fortunate to have these girls in our program," Holaday said. "They are great players, but more importantly, they are are wonderful young ladies who represent themselves, our program and our school with great pride."
Hear the four talk about their future plans in the video above.
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