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Poteau softball duo signs with CASC Lady Vikings; King, Benson following sisters' footsteps

February 17, 2012

FOLLOWING SISTERS' FOOTSTEPS — Poteau Lady Pirate softball players Natalee King, center left, and Briley Benson, center right, sign letters of intent with Carl Albert State College Thursday morning at Poteau High School. Poteau Coach Misty Collins, left, and Carl Albert Coach David Holt watch. King and Benson are following the footsteps of their sisters, Emily King and Breanna Benson, who also played for the Lady Vikings. PDN Staff Photo by David Seeley

Two years ago, it was Katie Odom. Last year, it was Katie Pierce. Thursday morning at Poteau High School, that number increased to four — the number of softball players who have signed with Carl Albert State College in the last three years.
Poteau Lady Pirates Natalee King and Briley Benson signed letters of intent with CASC.
And it doesn't stop there. Both signees' sisters, Emily King and Breanna Benson, also played with the Lady Vikings.

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