Knightdale High School point guard Mikaya Wilson signs with Appalachian State University women’s basketball in the presence of her parents (seated) Shenita and Montez Wilson and (standing, from left) North Ridge Basketball Academy personal trainer Mark Miller, Knightdale High coaches Trent Bunn and Anthony Byrd and assistant athletic director Andrew Vaglio.
Knightdale High School point guard Mikaya Wilson signs with Appalachian State University women’s basketball in the presence of her parents (seated) Shenita and Montez Wilson and (standing, from left) North Ridge Basketball Academy personal trainer Mark Miller, Knightdale High coaches Trent Bunn and Anthony Byrd and assistant athletic director Andrew Vaglio. Aaron Moody amoody@newsobserver.com
Knightdale High School point guard Mikaya Wilson signs with Appalachian State University women’s basketball in the presence of her parents (seated) Shenita and Montez Wilson and (standing, from left) North Ridge Basketball Academy personal trainer Mark Miller, Knightdale High coaches Trent Bunn and Anthony Byrd and assistant athletic director Andrew Vaglio. Aaron Moody amoody@newsobserver.com

Knightdale’s Mikaya Wilson to play for Appalachian State University basketball

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