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Waldron’s Star Spence Set To Be Rich Mountain Superstar

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On Thursday, May 13, Waldron Lady Bulldog, Star Spence, decided to continue shooting for the stars as she signed her letter of intent for Track at U of A Rich Mountain. Star, who has been dominating in the track world since the 7th-Grade, will be hanging up her Lady Bulldog gear for a Lady Buck jersey. “I had always been interested in track but it was the confidence of my coach along with a few other classmates who encouraged me to do it,” explained Spence. “I decided on Rich Mountain because it was close to home.”

Star Spence ready for her new journey

Along with Track, Star also participates in Cross Country which is one of the main reasons why she only gets better in competition the farther she goes! With a PR of 23:45 in the 3 mile, Star’s hard work and dedication are what set her apart from the rest. “She never complained and because of that, coaching Star was a breeze,” stated Waldron Girls Track Coach, Angie Bailey. Star concluded, “I’m hoping to succeed in college by being a lot faster than I am right now. I feel great about getting to move on with life and run cross country in college with a former teammate (Constance Richmond also signed with Rich Mountain). I’m glad we can stick together and make even more memories running together!”

Star, it has been an honor to follow you for the last four years. These signing days are definitely the highlight of my job. We at Resident Press are truly proud of you and can not wait to see what the rest of your journey has to offer!

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