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Panama softball pitcher signs letter to play for NOC-Enid

January 18, 2013

Panama softball pitcher Taylor Eaves, seated second from left, signs a letter of intent to play for Northern Oklahoma College-Enid during a ceremony Thursday afternoon at the high school gym. Bottom row, from left, are Jamie Roberts, NOC-Enid coach, and Eaves' parent, Shawn and Crystal Eaves with her brother, Dakota, standing behind them. Back row, from left — Harold Murphy, NOC-Enid assistant coach, and Panama coaches Grant Ralls, Jamie Hoffman and Richard Haynes. PDN photo by David Seeley

PANAMA — In 1776, people like Thomas Jefferson were among those who have always been thought of as being the founding fathers of our country because of the work he did in helping to create our nation's Declaration of Independence.
About 237 years later, Northern Oklahoma College-Enid, formerly known as Phillips University, will begin a softball program in the spring semester of 2014. So, Jamie Roberts, NOC-Enid's coach, is recruiting players to be her founding fathers, or mothers, if you will, for her new program. One of those players is from right here in LeFlore County.
Panama softball ace Taylor Eaves signed a letter of intent to play her college softball with the Lady Jets on Thursday afternoon at the high school gym in a ceremony which was attended by the entire school body.

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