Hudson Softball had a lot to celebrate Tuesday, as three Lady Hornets signed their National Letters of Intent.
Pitcher Adriana Mosely will be throwing a consistent 58 miles per hour pitch she said at Kilgore College.
“I'm looking forward to the experience. I've been wanting to play college ball since I was at least eight. It's been my dream ever since I started,” said Mosely. “Just to know I finally achieved my goal means a lot to me.”
Madison Jeffrey will be going D1 at Nicholls to make an appearance in the outfield.
“It means the world. Not everybody gets the opportunity to play college softball,” said Jeffrey. “It's more of a blessing to play college softball.”
Shortstop Bryli Lee will be staying right here in Lufkin to play with the reigning national champions at Angelina College.
“It's very exciting. I know all eyes are going to be on us. I know how it feels going through that even in high school,” said Lee. “It's a challenge to go back and do it again.”
Head softball coach Jimmy Eby, who has coached the girls to multiple state championships, said he's told the girls to train hard not only for their senior year, but for their freshmen season in college.
“They've just worked so hard at what they needed to work on and improve their game. Hopefully they'll just keep improving this year and next year as well,” said Eby.
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