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Two Wichita Falls Baseball Stars Sign with Rose State

Two Wichita Falls baseball stars will join another Texoman all at the same school next year.

Rider's Hayden Proctor and Wichita Falls High School's Koy Daws both signed Tuesday with Rose State College in Midwest City, Oklahoma.

They will join Vernon's Josh Drennan at the NJCAA school.

On Tuesday, both talked about getting the chance to play with players they are familiar with, as all three have played together in travel ball.
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