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Poteau softball pitcher signs with Carl Albert

January 23, 2014

NEWEST LADY VIKING — Poteau softball pitcher RaeLynn Caldwell, front center, signs a letter of intent with Carl Albert State College in a signing ceremony Wednesday afternoon inside the high school. Sharing the moment are Caldwell's parents, Scott, bottom left, and Shelly Caldwell, bottom right, CASC coach David Holt, top left, and Poteau coach Misty Collins. PDN photo by David Seeley

Ever since she was a junior, Poteau senior softball pitcher RaeLynn Caldwell was fairly sure she would be a Carl Albert State College Lady Viking. It became reality Wednesday afternoon when she signed with the local two-year junior college in a ceremony inside the high school.
“I was hoping this day would happen, but I figured it was going to,” Caldwell said after she put her John Hancock on the softball letter of intent.

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