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Sports : NCMC Softball Signs North Harrison High School Senior
Posted by Tom on 2014/5/6 9:50:00 (222 reads) News by the same author

Bailey Perkins of North Harrison High School in Eagleville is the fourth recruit to sign to play softball for the Lady Pirates at North Central Missouri College next fall.

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Front left to right: Perkins’ grandfather; Dennis Perkins; Bailey Perkins; and Lisa Boyce Cracraft. Back left to right: NCMC Head Women’s Softball Coach Megan Cairns; North Harrison Coach Brandon Craig; NCMC Assistant Coach Jamie Tanno; and Rob Cracraft

Bailey is the daughter of Lisa Boyce Cracraft and Dennis Perkins. Head Coach Megan Cairns remarked, “Bailey is a solid player who has a great deal of upside. She is extremely coachable and a student of the game who just wants to learn and get better. She is a pitcher and corner infielder. I think she will fit very well with the girls we have returning and the new recruits we have coming in.”

Recruits already signed include TeriAnna Mohler (Lexington), Madison Trump (Trenton), and Kaleigh Ennis (Washburn). Perkins will major in Wildlife Biology. She was involved in FFA, Softball, Basketball, Track, Student Council, and Archery at North Harrison High School.

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