Girls Volleyball: Ex-Red Devils spikers to take game to college level

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Nile C. Kinnick seniors Exotica Hall and Jade McGinnis have received partial scholarships to play volleyball in college, McGinnis at Paul Quinn College in Texas and Hall at Carlow University in Pennsylvania. At left is Kinnick assistant principal Craig Maxey; at right is Kinnick principal Dr. Jacqueline Ferguson.  PHOTO COURTESY OF TONY SAN NICOLAS
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Nile C. Kinnick seniors Exotica Hall and Jade McGinnis have received partial scholarships to play volleyball in college, McGinnis at Paul Quinn College in Texas and Hall at Carlow University in Pennsylvania. At left is Kinnick assistant principal Craig Maxey; at right is Kinnick principal Dr. Jacqueline Ferguson. PHOTO COURTESY OF TONY SAN NICOLAS

Girls Volleyball: Ex-Red Devils spikers to take game to college level

by: Dave Ornauer | .
Stars and Stripes | .
published: June 20, 2018

In their last official act as volleyball players at Nile C. Kinnick High School, Red Devils spikers Exotica Hall and Jade McGinnis each committed to partial scholarship offers to play in college.

Hall, an outside hitter, has signed to play at Carlow University, just outside of Pittsburgh. The Celtics are part of the NAIA River States Conference and the United States Collegiate Athletic Association’s national championship tournaments. The Celtics last season went 10-24, 3-13 in the RSC and 7-7 in USCAA play.

McGinnis, a middle blocker, is joining Paul Quinn College, an NAIA school just outside of Dallas. The Tigers play in the Red River Athletic Conference.

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