April 21, 2014

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Crouch signs Letter of Intent with Thomas More College

Brianna Crouch was joined by family, friends and faculty as she became the first Ladycats volleyball player to advance to the collegiate level. The Pendleton County High School senior signed a Letter of Intent with Thomas More College on Wednesday, February 6. Pictured above from left, front row, Mary Crouch (grandmother), Brian Crouch (father), Brianna Crouch, Dorothy Crouch (mother), Kathryn Daugherty (grandmother), Laura Buck (Ladycats head coach). Back row, from left, Keith Smith (athletic director), Tony Dietrich (principal), Chad Simms (assistant principal), Karen Delaney (guidance counselor). Photo by Jackie Vaughn.

By Jackie Vaughn, Reporter

History was made at Pendleton County High School on Wednesday, February 6 when senior Brianna Crouch signed a Letter of Intent to play volleyball with Thomas More College. She became the first athlete from PCHS to ever continue their volleyball career at the next level.

Brianna has had an outstanding career on the volleyball court which began six years ago under the tutelage of former PCHS Head Coach Darrell McLean. She and many others credit him for helping make the sport what it is today in Pendleton County.