Collin College Career Change

Senior athletes talk sports, future plans

by | May 27, 2021 | Sports

Graduating after a long 2020-21 athletic season, sev­eral Farmersville senior ath­letes spoke about their favorite senior moments, lasting legacy as a Farmer and post-graduation plans.

Reese Fetty: volleyball, basketball, softball and tennis

… on playing through her se­nior season.

“There have been so many different emotions throughout my senior year,” Fetty said. “It’s sad knowing that I will not get to play in a Farmersville uniform with my lifelong friends again, but having had the opportunity to do so is such a blessing. All of the laughs, memories, tough practices, team dinners, and everything in between will be missed so much, but I cannot wait to see how successful my teammates are in the next chap­ter of their lives.”

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By Jackson King [email protected]

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