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Five softball players sign with North Platte Community CollegeTell North Platte what you think
 

North Platte - The North Platte Community College Softball team signed five players to Letter of Intents Jan. 31.

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The five players were Jessi Alexander of Denver, Maddie Bosco of Canyon City, Colo., Brittney Curtis of Omaha, Caroline Motis of Geneva and Sara Villalobos of Skiatook, Okla.

"I am very excited to have these girls sign," said head coach Janelle Higgins. "They are a very versatile group and they all have a good attitude and work ethic."

Alexander attends Grandview High School. She will play in the outfield and middle infield for the Knights. "I chose North Platte because my competitive coach, Debbi Kortbawi knows Coach Higgins and it was close to home," Alexander said.

"Jessi will bring depth to our outfield and middle," said Higgins.

Bosco attends Canyon City High School. She will play in the in the infield for the Knights. "I chose North Platte because it gave me the opportunity to play softball and the school has the program I want for my career," said Bosco.

"Madddie will infield depth and she can play anywhere in the infield but the mound," said Higgins.

Curtis attends Burke High School. She will play second or third base for the Knights.

"I chose North Platte because I wanted to continue to play softball and I liked the school and team," Curtis said.

"Brittney will bring quickness and power to our team," Higgins said.

Moats attends Fillmore Central High School. She will play in the outfield, short stop or catcher for the Knights.

"I chose North Platte because I liked the visit and want to continue to play softball," said Moats.

"Caroline will bring depth to the whole infield, she can play anywhere. "She is a mass utility player and is very athletic," Higgins said.

Villalobos attends Skiatook High School. She will play catcher and the outfield.

"I chose North Platte because I wanted to not stay in Oklahoma and I enjoyed my visit and felt right at home with the girls," Villalobos said.

"Sara will be behind the plate and will bring quickness and power to our lineup," said Higgins.


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