Pictured is RCHS Lady Eagles' softball standout pitcher Hanna Manley, center, signing a scholarship to play for the Lady Tigers of Chattanooga State Community College. Front row, from left, are Anna Mae Henderson, Jayson Manley, Hanna Manley, Beverly Manley, Linda Burton and Jimmy Burton. Back row, from left, are RCHS principal Jesse Messimer, Barbara Manley, Tyler Burton, Andy Burton, Hayley Manley, RCHS coaches Hannah Suits and Leah Price and RCHS assistant principal and athletic director Micah Ruehling. Blythe Golden, the CSCC coach was unavailable for the picture.
Friday, January 25, 2013Author: Ernie Harris
(Last modified: 2013-01-25 16:11:15)
Source: The Herald-News
Rhea County High School (RCHS) Lady Eagles’ softball standout pitcher Hanna Manley’s childhood dream of playing college ball recently came true as she signed a scholarship to play for the Chattanooga State Lady Tigers.
“I’m so excited because I’ve worked my whole life for this,” said Manley. “All that work has finally paid off.”
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