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Whitney Wyatt/The Red River Sun—
CHILDRESS – The college offers keep rolling in for Childress High School basketball star Grace Foster.
Just in July, Foster said she’s received offers from the Ivy League’s Brown University, Louisiana Tech University, Colorado State University and Stephen F. Austin.
Earlier in the year, she received offers from New Mexico State University, Abilene Christian University, Eastern Kentucky University, Lubbock Christian University and West Texas A&M University.
“It is a blessing to know that I will get to do what I love for four more years after high school,” Foster said. “I am looking forward to representing Childress and the Lady Cat program at whatever school I pick!”
But COVID-19 is making that decision difficult, Foster explained. “I am doing my best to try and figure out what school fits me best as a basketball player and a person,” she said.
While playing in college is important to her, Foster said her main focus is on her last season of being a Lady Cat. Foster averaged 20 points and 11 rebounds per game.
“The past three years have flown by, and everyone tells me your senior year goes faster than them all,” she said. “Basketball has given me my best friends and favorite memories of high school, and I can’t even believe it’s almost over. I look forward to getting one last chance to leave my mark on the program that has meant so much to me the past three years.”
Some of the awards she’s already been received include the Girls Basketball All-State Team for the 3A Division, Texas Association of Basketball Coaches All-Region, District 8-3A Offensive MVP, Anson Tournament MVP, Lipan All-Tournament Team, All Press Pass Sports 2nd Team and 806 All-Star Game Selection.