College Station senior forward Keaton Sayers signed her National Letter of intent Monday to play basketball at Lynchburg College.

Lady Cougars coach Megan Symank, assistant Deanna Doles and Sayers spoke at a ceremony attended by friends, family and teammates at College Station before Sayers officially signed with Lynchburg College.

In two years at College Station, Sayers has helped lead the team to back-to-back playoff appearances, including the program’s first district title and playoff win this season. 

College Station continues its postseason schedule at 6 p.m. Friday against Magnolia at Sam Houston.

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