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NCTC Scholarship Honoring Players is Awarded to Team Members

(Source: KAUZ) (Source: KAUZ)

     WICHITA FALLS, TX (KAUZ) - A scholarship honoring four North Central Texas College softball players killed in a deadly crash in 2014 has been awarded to those who knew the girls best. The NCTC Angels in the Infield Scholarship honors Brooke Deckard, Jaiden Pelton, Meagan Richardson and Katelynn Woodlee. Officials said to date more than $51,000 has been donated to the NCTC Angels in the Infield Scholarship Fund. They said the scholarship is currently endowed at $35,000. Ten sophomore students, who were part of the team when the deadly accident occurred, were awarded the scholarship. The scholarship recipients include Kaylea Armstrong of Burkburnett, Victoria Blagg of Denton, Bailey Buchanan of Crandall, Molly Dolezel of Belton, Megan Durante of Denton, Emily Gibbons of Denton, Emily Kuser of Midlothian, Haley McCutchen of Lone Grove, Okla., Samantha Maddin of New Waverly, and Jessica Molina of Fort Worth. For more information on how to donate contact NCTC Scholarship Coordinator Kim Carroll at 940-668-4213 or by email at kcarroll@nctc.edu.

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