Greenville girls bounce into their future
Published 10:55 am Thursday, April 28, 2022
Three Greenville High School senior girls’ basketball players signed their letters of intent Tuesday.
Tykia Bennett signed with Lurleen B. Wallace Community College in Andalusia. She plans on majoring in biology. Bennett has played volleyball, basketball and ran track at GHS for four years. Bennett is the daughter of Tyson Bennett and Marsha Maye.
La’Niyah Baity signed with Bryn Athyn College in Pennsylvania. She plans on majoring in accounting. Baity has played basketball at GHS for three years. She is the daughter of Demond Baity and Renee Gulley.
Shakeria Jones signed with Central Lakes Community College in Minnesota. She plans on majoring in welding. Jones has played basketball for two years at GHS. She is the daughter of Timmy Jones and Sonya Ambrose.
“These girls have worked hard for this moment,” SaRhonda Cheatham, GHS girls’ basketball coach, said.
Principal Jamie Howard gave a short speech before the young ladies signed their letters. In part, Howard said, “I know we’re not supposed to talk about God in school, so I’ll just say this based on my experience. When things go bad, pray. When things are good, pray. When things are great, pray. Ladies, as you walk through this new chapter into your destiny, as you take your first steps toward campus, just know, from personal experience, prayer works. What we expect from you, is for you to be the best version of yourself. I have always believed in you and I will always be here for you.”