Two Waynesville High School student-athletes recently signed letters of intent to play college-level sports.
Waynesville High School reported Nov. 13 that senior Naudia Evans had signed to play basketball at Grand Canyon University in Phoenix, Arizona. Evans has been a longtime standout player on the WHS girls’ varsity basketball team, serving as team captain the past two years. She has been named to the All-State, All-District, All-Conference and All-Defense teams. Averaging 22.3 points per game, Evans accounted for 56.7 percent of her teams’ total scoring as a junior last season. Now heading into her senior season, she needs just 18 points to reach the 1,000-point cumulative mark for her high-school career.
WHS senior Shannon Morrison signed to play volleyball for Culver-Stockton College in Canton, Missouri, Nov. 9. Morrison has been a part of the WHS volleyball program since her freshman year. This year, she improved her hitting percentage, recording 19 additional kills compared to her junior year.
“Each year her skills have improved and the 2020 season was no different,” WHS volleyball coach Megan Callis said of Morrison. “Over the years, Morrison has brought energy and encouragement to the court, which will be greatly missed.”
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