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By Spring Atchison
Office Manager 

Kirkwood signs to play under Wilkening at Otero in La Junta

 

November 25, 2020

(Herald photo by Spring Atchison)

KENDYL KIRKWOOD, Fleming Lady Wildcat senior, signed her letter of to play volleyball next year at Otero Junior College in La Junta. Pictured with Kirkwood at her signing ceremony held Friday, Nov. 20 at Fleming High School are front row (l-r), Lady Wildcat Head Coach Doug Kamery, Kirkwood and Lady WIldcat Assistant Coach Amber Schliesser; back row (l-r), sister Kally Kirkwood, father Randy Kirkwood, mother Jolene Kirkwood and brother Treyson Kirkwood.

Although Kendyl Kirkwood's senior volleyball season has been put on hold, that hasn't prevented her from planning for a future on the volleyball court. In a year where the Colorado High School Volleyball State Championships would have already been played, COVID-19 restrictions have forced a postponement to the finale of Kirkwood's high school career.

Despite the setback, she recently made her commitment to play college volleyball official with a signing ceremony held Friday, Nov. 20, where she signed a letter of intent to play at Otero Junior College in La Junta in the fall. As a Rattler...



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