Arden Vessie signs a track and field/cross country scholarship with East Carolina University with her parents (seated) Alison and Matthew Vessie, (standing, from left) Corinth Holders assistant principal Robert Daniels, track and field coach Peter Clark, cross country coach Joe Johnston, fromer Corinth Holders cross country coach Marty Ringgold and athletic director Brent Walston.
Arden Vessie signs a track and field/cross country scholarship with East Carolina University with her parents (seated) Alison and Matthew Vessie, (standing, from left) Corinth Holders assistant principal Robert Daniels, track and field coach Peter Clark, cross country coach Joe Johnston, fromer Corinth Holders cross country coach Marty Ringgold and athletic director Brent Walston. cbest@newsobserver.com
Arden Vessie signs a track and field/cross country scholarship with East Carolina University with her parents (seated) Alison and Matthew Vessie, (standing, from left) Corinth Holders assistant principal Robert Daniels, track and field coach Peter Clark, cross country coach Joe Johnston, fromer Corinth Holders cross country coach Marty Ringgold and athletic director Brent Walston. cbest@newsobserver.com

Arden Vessie to run track and cross country at East Carolina University

December 02, 2014 3:37 PM

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