Kennedi Smith came out of College Park High School as the District 16-6A MVP and a VYPE Fab 50 selection in 2016. With her accolades, surely all big-time school would have picked her up, right?
At 5-foot-8, the high majors took a pass due to her height. Her path took her to the northeast, where she landed in New Hampshire.
We caught up with the two-time American East All-Conference first-teamer while home for the summer. She gave the road map for future college volleyball players headed off to play college ball.
Just a month removed from winning the Class 6A 100-meter State Championship, Summer Creek graduate Tianna Randle was back on the track in Boston.
At the 2019 Adidas Boost Boston Games, Randle - a UNLV-signee - brought home the title belt as the fastest woman in the country at the event. Randle won the 100-meter race with a time of 11.72, which was .05 seconds faster than Kennedi Sanders, who took second.