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Local high school college signings (updated 12.3.20)

Harrisburg baseball
Harrisburg baseball players sign scholarships: (L-R) Ben Brombaugh (Lincoln Trail), Colby Morse (Lincoln Trail), Noah Boon (Southeastern Illinois College), Javier Beal (Parkland), and Krayton Morse (Lincoln Trail)
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Massac County girls golfer Lily Conkle signed with Freed-Hardeman University
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Massac County girls golfer McKinnley Korte signed with Union University
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Carterville softball player Kirsten Jordan signed with Southeastern Illinois College
Emma Collier (Pope County HS)
Pope County High School softball player Emma Collier signed with John A. Logan
Kaitlyn Anders on signing to play Softball at Georgia College and State University in Milledgeville, GA!
Carbondale softball player Kaitlyn Anders signed with Georgia College and State University
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West Frankfort boys golfer Tyson Elko signed with Rend Lake College
Woodlawn 2021 Softball P Jadyn Griffin signed with Rend Lake
Woodlawn Pitcher Jadyn Griffin signed with Rend Lake College
McKenzie Boren West Frankfort CC Runner signs with Lincoln College
West Frankfort Track and Cross Country runner McKenzie Boren signed with Lincoln College
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Pinckneyville baseball pitcher/shortstop/third baseman Reid Keene signed with Southwestern Illinois College
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Duquoin's Brian Winters signs with John A. Logan Baseball
Samantha Williams signed with Southeastern Illinois College
Carterville's Samantha Williams signed with Southeastern Illinois College softball
Alyssa Lyell on her signing to play softball at Webster University in St. Louis
Carterville's Alyssa Lyell on her signing to play softball at Webster University in St. Louis
Alexis Renner
Steelville's Alexis Renner, a pitcher and utility player signed with Wabash Valley College
Maddy Burgess from Valier signed to play golf got RLV.
Waltonville girls golfer Maddy Burgess signed with Rend Lake College.
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Pinckneyville's Bella Pasquino signed with Lincoln Land Community College
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Pinckneyville's Payton Morgan signed with Wabash Valley College
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Pinckneyville's Chloe Yates signed with Frontier Community College
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Pinckneyville's Grace Numi signed with Rend Lake College

CARTERVILLE (WSIL) -- Southern Illinois has plenty of college bound student athletes, but unfortunately we can't get everyone on TV. Here are some of our local athletes who have recently signed a scholarship to either compete at the junior college or small college/university level.

Carbondale Softball: Kaitlyn Anders signed with Georgia College and State University in Milledgeville, GA

Carterville Softball: Kirsten Jordan and Samantha Williams signed with Southeastern Illinois College. Alyssa Lyell signed with Webster University in St. Louis.

DuQuoin Baseball: Brian Winters signed with John A. Logan

Harrisburg baseball: Ben Brombaugh (Lincoln Trail), Colby Morse (Lincoln Trail), Noah Boon (Southeastern Illinois College), Javier Beal (Parkland), and Krayton Morse (Lincoln Trail)

Massac County girls golf: McKinnley Korte signed with Union University in Jackson, TN and Lily Conkle signed with Freed-Hardeman University in Henderson, TN

Pinckneyville Baseball: Pitcher/shortstop/third baseman Reid Keene signed with Southwestern Illinois College

Pinckneyville Volleyball: Bella Pasquino signed with Lincoln Land Community College; Payton Morgan signed with Wabash Valley College, Chloe Yates signed with Frontier Community College; Grace Numi signed with Rend Lake College

Pope County High School Softball: Emma Collier signed with John A. Logan

Steelville Softball: Alexis Renner, a pitcher and utility player signed with Wabash Valley College 

Waltonville girls golf: Maddy Burgess signed with Rend Lake College.

West Frankfort Boys Golf: Tyson Elko signed with Rend Lake College

West Frankfort Cross Country/Track: McKenzie Boren signed with Lincoln College.

Woodlawn Softball: Pitcher Jadyn Griffin signed with Rend Lake College.

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