Keslie Hocutt signs with Lincoln Memorial to play softball with her parents (seated) Pam Turner and Phil Hocutt, (standing, from left) Corinth Holders principal Chase Ferrell, Corinth Holders softball coach Jessica Potter, Spirits Fastpitch Gold coach Eddie Gontram, Corinth Holders athletic director Brent Walston and assistant principal Robert Daniels.
Keslie Hocutt signs with Lincoln Memorial to play softball with her parents (seated) Pam Turner and Phil Hocutt, (standing, from left) Corinth Holders principal Chase Ferrell, Corinth Holders softball coach Jessica Potter, Spirits Fastpitch Gold coach Eddie Gontram, Corinth Holders athletic director Brent Walston and assistant principal Robert Daniels. cbest@newsobserver.com
Keslie Hocutt signs with Lincoln Memorial to play softball with her parents (seated) Pam Turner and Phil Hocutt, (standing, from left) Corinth Holders principal Chase Ferrell, Corinth Holders softball coach Jessica Potter, Spirits Fastpitch Gold coach Eddie Gontram, Corinth Holders athletic director Brent Walston and assistant principal Robert Daniels. cbest@newsobserver.com

Kelsie Hocutt to play softball at Lincoln Memorial

December 09, 2014 02:04 PM

UPDATED December 09, 2014 02:05 PM

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