PANAMA CITY, Fla. - We saw our first local signings of the season Wednesday afternoon out at Bozeman.
First was Brooke Stanford signing with Enterprise State to play softball in college.
She's been a big part of the Bucks team, and her future coach making a point to say that Stanford will play early and be a cornerstone of their program for years to come.
The other signing was the 6’5’’ right handed pitcher Noah Gustason committing to Coastal Alabama on a baseball scholarship.
He feels like it's a natural fit, as he has a good relationship with the coach and has friends playing there as well.
Both athletes explain what sold them on their new schools.
"When I went up there for intersquad, they made me feel like I was part of the team already, before I even committed or anything,” Gustason says, “I feel like it's a big family up there, and I'd like to join it."
"It's still a small school, but they're rebuilding the program, and it would be great to be a part of something that sets the foundation for a great program," Stanford explains.
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