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Anni Scholl Signs with MSU Basketball

Henrietta's Anni Scholl signed Tuesday to play basketball for coach Noel Johnson's Midwestern State Mustangs.

The senior averaged 16 points and ten rebounds for the Lady Cats this season.

Now she'll join a Mustang team that's reached the NCAA tournament the past two seasons.


She said that success was one major factor that attracted her to MSU.

"It's still close to home to have all the same fans at all my games," Scholl said. "And I really like how their team plays to win, and they're in it to win it, no matter what. I really like being on a team like that."

Scholl will be the second Henrietta player at MSU, joining Nick Powell on the men's team.
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