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Wayne High School pitcher Breanna Fortune made it official last week, she will soon be a Spartan at Southwestern Community College. Fortune signed a letter of intent to play softball at SWCC starting with the fall 2014 semester.
Fortune, a four-sport athlete in high school, has received a number of awards and honors for athletics, as well as academics. She was a member of the 18U USSSA National Softball Championship team, three-year unanimous first team Pride of Iowa All-Conference pitcher, four-year all-district team in softball, first and second team all-state pitcher, two-year member of the Wayne High School state qualifying softball team, Pride of Iowa second team volleyball setter, two-year second team Pride of Iowa All-Conference basketball, Pride of Iowa conference champion in track, two-year state qualifier in track, and a four-year varsity letter winner in volleyball, basketball, track, and softball. In addition, Fortune was named to the Pride of Iowa All-Academic Team in volleyball, basketball, track, and softball every year she has been eligible.
Southwestern Community College Head Softball Coach Lindsay Stumpff announced recently Brennan Banks of Wayne will be joining the Spartans softball program for the 2014-15 school year.
Banks, who will be a May 2014 graduate of Wayne Community High School, plays catcher and third base. During high school, she received all-conference outfield, all conference infield, all-district softball, all-state infield, and has been a four-year varsity letter winner. She has also excelled academically being named to the A Honor Roll, as well as being a member of the National Honor Society, the Wayne Athletic Leadership Council, and the Student Council.
Last week, Southwestern Community College Head Softball Coach Lindsay Stumpff announced catcher Mackenzie Miller from Saydel High School in Des Moines will be joining the Spartans softball program for the 2014-15 school year.
So far, in high school, Miller has been a four-year letter winner in softball and tennis. She chose Southwestern because of the size of campus and transfer opportunities available.
During a ceremony held on January 25, 2014, at Southwestern Community College, Riley Coates, Martensdale St. Marys High School senior; Lexi Herbert, King City R-1 High School senior; and Melody Stevens, Norwalk High School senior, signed letters of intent to play softball at SWCC starting with the fall 2014 semester.