Poe signs with Auburn-Montgomery

 

Caleb Suggs

Hartselle Enquirer

Hartselle added their third signing of the year when Gracie Poe signed her national letter of intent to play softball at Auburn-Montgomery.

A reception was held in Poe’s honor in the cafeteria of Hartselle High School. Friends, family, coaches and teammates attended to help celebrate her accomplishment. Several coaches spoke on her behalf of what a great player and student she has been and what a great accomplishment she has achieved.

Poe is looking forward to the opportunity to play softball at the next level.

“A big reason why I chose Auburn-Montgomery is because the coach lives five minutes from the campus and when he showed me around, he confessed his faith which was a big deal to me,” Poe said. “It’s also only two and a half hours away which is far but not too far.”

Hartselle Head Softball coach Christy Ferguson said she can see Poe having a bright future at Auburn-Montgomery. “They’re getting a great team player with a hard worth ethic,” Ferguson said. “She’ll bring some power to the lineup, but the best thing she brings is she can bring the best out of everyone on the team.”

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