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POSTED: May 12, 2012 2:03 p.m.

Flanked by her parents, Julian and Stacey Hines and brother Julian, Jerri Hines signed Wednesday to attend school and play softball at Georgia Military College next fall. Also shown are BCHS assistant coach Steve Noel, BCHS assistant coach coach Karen Lynn, Lady Sharks travel coach Mary Moss, BCHS head coach Al Butler, Georgia Military coach Ashley Mayhue, Doug Foxworth, Steve Howard and BCHS basketball coach Mario Mincey.

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Bryan County High School softball standout Jerri Hines signed Wednesday to play college softball at Georgia Military College.

"Jerri’s a great kid. She is one of the toughest outs for an opposing pitcher. She posses a lot of power and is a threat to go deep on any pitcher," Bryan County coach Al Butler said.

Hines is the fifth player from the 2011 Lady Redskins Elite Eight team and seventh from the school’s Final Four team of two years ago to earn a scholarship.

"What she brings to a team in the dugout is priceless," Butler said. "She keeps everyone focused and ready especially in trying times. Her ability to keep everyone loose and ready is a great asset. I wish her the best. There will be a huge void in our lineup next season."

- Staff report



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