Glasgow Daily Times, Glasgow, KY



Monroe County’s Kelsey Kirkpatrick recently signed a national letter of intent to play basketball and golf next year at Brescia University in Owensboro. Joining Kirkpatrick, front row, center, for the special event were, front row, from left: Jane Kirkpatrick, mother; Steve Kirkpatrick, father; back row, Dwayne Murray, Monroe County head girls’ basketball coach; Jonathan Shaw, Monroe County girls’ golf coach; Summer Quesenberry, Brescia University head women’s basketball coach; David Ballou, Brescia University head women’s golf coach; Julie Nuckols, Monroe County assistant girls’ basketball coach; and Loretta Stephens, Monroe County assistant girls’ basketball coach.

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