Ten high school seniors signed letters of intent to play for the Rangers in the fall of 2014. Signees include pitcher Renee Jones from Alief Taylor; catcher Taylor Sieber of North Forney; pitcher Hayley Vavra of Spring; outfielder Kelsey Ancelot of Orangefield; infielder Alexis Torres of Galena Park; infielder Hayley McCullers of Burleson; infielder Madison Goolsby of Bryan; outfielder Leandra Lopez; outfielder Jenna Johnson of Cypress Woods and shortstop Angelica Gonzales of Dickinson.
Above: The Kilgore College Softball Team with Olympians Cailin Lowe, Kelly Kretchman, NCAA Champion Keilani Ricketts (University of Oklahoma) and professional professional player from the University of Texas, Megan Willis.Click photos to enlarge
Six Rangers sign to play for four-year colleges
Kilgore College head softball coach Leslie Messina is pleased announce that six Ranger softball players have signed college letters of intent to play at four-year schools. The six student-athletes signed scholarships at a ceremony April 30. Signing with Louisiana State University at Alexandria are pitcher Jessica Simon (Hallsville), catcher Heather Bunn (Hugo, Okla.) and pitcher Kaitlyn Hipsher (Canton). Other players include middle infielder Tricia Hock (Brazoria) signing with Henderson State; outfielder Laura Martinez (Rosenberg) signing with University of Houston-Victoria; and first baseman Molly Mackey (Overton) signing with University of Louisiana at Monroe. Also, Betsy Woodall signed with Cameron University and Jessie Long signed with Prairie View A&M during the summer.