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Foster among a herd of Bucks’ to transfer to four year Universities

DEWAYNE HOLLOWAY/dewayne@mcnews.online
MENA – Caddo Hills Alum Jordan Foster is among a host of UA Rich Mountain Bucks who are carrying their college athletic dreams to the next level.
Foster, a member of the Bucks’ men’s cross country team from 2019-21, will move to UA Fort Smith to finish his college career. UA Fort Smith is an NCAA Division II school.
Fellow cross country runner Shannan Gardner will travel to Oklahoma to Southeastern Oklahoma State.
The Bucks’ women’s soccer team have four team members who are moving on to four year schools. Madison Zamudio and Maria Diedrick will travel to Blue Mountain College. Monica Boyes will go to Hardin-Simmons University and Briana Salinas will attend St. Thomas University.
There are 10 members of the Bucks’ men’s soccer team moving on to a four year school. Mackenzie Crerie and Blake Elliott will attend Blue Mountain College. Cesar Requena will attend Dakota Wesleyan University. Tshuma Ntandoyenkosi will attend Southwesst Assemblies of God University. Marcos Pires and Cristian Lua will attend Central Baptist College. Cris Castellanos will attend Howard Payne University. Ross Wilson will attend Missouri Baptist University and Aleco Savvas will attend Ottawa University.
Maddi Miles and Hannah Hunter move on from the Bucks’ softball team. Miles will play for the Arkansas State University Club Team and Hannah Hunter will play for Ouachita Baptist University.
Maddox Long will attend Harding University after playing baseball for the Bucks this past season.

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