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5/1/06

Four TJC Hoopsters Sign Scholarships

Four players from TJC's womens basketball team moved to the next level today, signing scholarships with four year schools.  Donisha Tate, who averaged 12.65 points and 9.2 rebounds per game for the Apache Ladies this past season, signed with Mississippi State University.  Mamie James inked a deal with the University of North Texas, after scoring 13.74 points and 5.1 rebounds per game.  Crystal Schmalzried will be headed to Wayland Baptist University, while Jessica Vann signed with Texas Southern Univeristy.  Joining them on the next level is TJC manager Sherri Williams.  She signed with the University of Texas at Tyler.

The Apache Ladies finished the 2005-2006 season with a 24-7 record and second place finish in the Region XIV Conference.

Kevin Berns reporting.
kberns@kltv.com

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