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Stokes ready to keep throwing strikes with USC-Salkehatchie
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CAMDENS KENNEDI STOKES SIGNED a National Letter of Intent to continue her academic and softball endeavors at USC-Salkehatchie during a ceremony at CHS. Joining the former Lady Bulldogs for the occasion were her family, from left, her brother, Trenton, her parents, Lee and Kelly Stokes, and her sister, Madison. Standing, from left, are her travel team softball coach Mike Rawl, CHS head softball coach Lynn Looney, CHS principal Dan Matthews and CHS athletics director Jimmy Neal. - photo by Tom Didato/C-I photo
To the best of anyone’s knowledge, USC-Salkehatchie has not asked Camden High graduate Kennedi Stokes to come up with a slogan touting the virtues of the Allendale-based junior college. Maybe, school officials should consider giving the former Lady Bulldog a crack at it after giving her reasons for signing a National Letter of Intent to play softball at the school. “It’s a small school.