RHHS grad Street to play softball at Greenville
Posted on May 31, 2022
BRIDGEPORT –– Getting everything you want should be very important when making a decision on where to attend college and recent Red Hill High School graduate Alyssa Street made sure that was the case for her recently. Street signed a letter-of-intent earlier this spring to continue her softball career at Greenville University next season, but her decision was not solely based on softball.
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