Shania Hatter makes commitment official
Lady Gobbler basketball finished their 2017 season as area finalists, but Shania Hatter still has more basketball in her future. The soon-to-be Cuero High School graduate signed a letter of intent Monday, May 15 to play college basketball at the University of Arkansas-Pine Bluff.
“It makes you feel good,” head girls basketball coach Amy Crain said. “You’re happy for your kid. She did work hard. You’re happy when you see your kid happy and being successful. To see her taking her game to the next level and realizing a dream and just the excitement in her eyes, the anxiousness, I can’t be more proud as a coach to see her happy and wanting to go to the next level and having the opportunity.”
Hatter’s presence in the post always made things difficult for opponents.
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