Amber Gregory to continue playing fast pitch play at NKU

May 4th, 2006    Author: Richard Crawford    Filed Under: Sports

Amber Gregory recently signed a collegiate letter-of-intent to further her education and play fastpitch softball at Northern Kentucky University.

Gregory, a Batavia High School senior, has enjoyed a stellar prep career. On the diamond she is completing her fourth varsity season behind the plate.

She is a Southern Buckeye Conference all-star and has received team awards for best offensive player and most valuable player.

An all-around athlete, she has lettered in volleyball and basketball, too. Out of uniform she has been a member of student council and the National Honor Society.

Amber Gregory, center front, Batavia High School senior, signs her collegiate letter-of-intent to continue her education and play fast pitch softball at Northern Kentucky University. Also seated are her parents Michele and Glen Gregory. Standing, from left, are Batavia High School assistant fast pitch softball coach Rick Eggleton, Batavia High School principal Jamie Corrill, and Batavia High School athletic director and head fast pitch softball coach Terry Sheehan.
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