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Sports : NCMC Lady Pirates sign Hartville (MO) High School guard
Posted by Tom on 2013/4/23 9:28:35 (431 reads) News by the same author

Jenni Croy, Head Lady Pirates Basketball Coach at North Central Missouri College in Trenton, has signed a shooting guard from Hartville High School for next fall’s team.

Head Coach Jenni Croy says that 'Meagan is a good shooting guard who has the capability to consistently knock down the three-point shot. With her knowledge of the game and ability to shoot, she should make an immediate impact to our program'.

O’Dell, the daughter of Brian and Kenna O’Dell, is 5’7” and has been a four-year starter and letterman for the Hartville Lady Eagles. She scored 1,007 career points, averaging 12.4 points, 3.5 rebounds, and 1.9 assists her senior season. Named to the 2012 and 2013 Summit Conference First Teams, the 2012 District Class II First Team, the 2013 Mountain View Liberty All-Tournament Team, and the 2013 District 10 Class III First Team, Miss O’Dell was team captain her junior and senior years.

Off the basketball court, Meagan O’Dell participated in FFA, FBLA, FCCLA, STUCO, Yearbook Club, the A+ Program, French Club, Pep Club, and was an honor student all four years of high school. At North Central Missouri College she will major in business.

She joins Kayla Oetterer from New Haven as new recruits for the 2013-14 Lady Pirates.

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