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Ohio Valley Christian's Rebekah Sargent signs with Rio Grande as family and coaches look on
Ohio Valley Christian's Rebekah Sargent signs with Rio Grande as family and coaches look on
Wed, Jul. 29, 2015 - [Women's Track & Field]

Rio Grande Sports Information
    GALLIPOLIS, Ohio - University of Rio Grande director of track & field/cross country Steve Gruenberg has announced the signing of Ohio Valley Christian School's Rebekah Sargent for the 2015-16 school year.
    Sargent, a 5-foot-8 sprinter/jumper, ran for head coach Rick Handley's Defenders, competing in the 100-meter dash, the 200-meter dash and the long jump.
    "I'm honored to be able to participate in college-level track," Sargent said. "It'll be a great opportunity to extend my skill and to be the best athlete I can be. I've dream about playing a sport in college since my freshman year, but I never thought I'd be able to."

Hillsboro High's Kaylynn Bell is joined by family and coaches as she signs with the RedStorm
Hillsboro High's Kaylynn Bell is joined by family and coaches as she signs with the RedStorm
Wed, Jul. 29, 2015 - [Women's Soccer]

Rio Grande Sports Information
    HILLSBORO, Ohio - University of Rio Grande women's soccer head coach Callum Morris has announced the signing of Hillsboro High School's Kaylynn Bell for the 2015 season.
    Bell, a 5-foot-7 midfielder, helped head coach Jeremy Ratcliff's Lady Indians to a 14-7 finish last fall following a 5-3 loss to Granville in the Division II regional finals.
    Bell was named to the All-South Central Ohio League first team, as well as earning second team Division II All-Southeast District kudos and Scholar Athlete honors.

JFK High 's Daijha Truett is joined by her father, Antoine, school administrators and coaches as she signs with Rio Grande
JFK High 's Daijha Truett is joined by her father, Antoine, school administrators and coaches as she signs with Rio Grande
Wed, Jul. 29, 2015 - [Women's Basketball]

Rio Grande Sports Information
    CLEVELAND, Ohio - University of Rio Grande women's basketball head coach David Smalley has announced the signing of John F. Kennedy High School's Daijha Truett for the 2015-16 school year.
    Truett, a 6-foot-4 center, closed out her prep career for head coach Leonard Patterson's Fighting Eagles following a loss to Shaker Heights Hathaway Brown in the opening round of Division II district tournament play.
    "I was so emotional, so happy because I made my parents proud," Truett said of her signing. "I started crying, too. I was so nervous that made a mistake and put the wrong date on the paperwork."

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