Two Frenship High School Lady golfers signed commitments to play at the collegiate level, and a FHS Varsity Cheerleader was recognized as the UIL State Cheerleader of the Year.
Brooklyn Nix and Kaitlyn Gossett have both been crucial to the success of the Frenship Girls Golf Team. Nix signed with Wayland Baptist University and Gossett signed to play at Hardin Simmons University.
Coach Roger Whipkey said both girls have a tremendous amount of talent that will keep them successful in their college careers.
“Kaitlyn and Brooklyn were huge parts of this year’s District Golf Championship,” Whipkey said. “Both played their best golf when it counted most, and both have the skillsets to succeed at the college level.”
Varsity cheerleader, Reagan Snuggs, was awarded Cheerleader of the Year for the state of Texas and was recognized by the UIL for her achievement. Coach Kayci Smith said receiving the title as a Junior is rare and is a tremendous accomplishment for the cheerleader.
“Words cannot express how proud I am of Reagan,” Smith said. “To receive Cheerleader of the Year for the state of Texas is awesome, but to receive it as a junior is just unbelievable. I am so very proud of Reagan. She is a role model to her peers and someone that stands out amongst others. She is the epitome of what we strive our program to be like. No one deserves this more.”