NPHS seniors commit to Anderson
December 20, 2013By Andrew Smith of New Palestine High School
Two New Palestine seniors have recently made commitments to continue their collegiate careers at Anderson University.
Softball player Markie Wood and track/cross country runner Kayla Medaris both have announced their plans to compete at the NCAA Div. III school in Anderson.
Wood is an outfielder for the Dragon softball team, and a four-year varsity performer for coach Ed Marcum. She is the daughter of Keith and Timi Wood.
Medaris is a member of both the Dragons' track and cross country teams, competing for coaches Daniel Weimer and Chuck Myers.
New Palestine senior Kayla Medaris announced her plans to compete in track and field and cross country at Anderson University. With Kayla are her parents, Cari and Scott Medaris and (back row) NPHS girls track coach Chuck Myers, NPHS cross country coach Daniel Weimer and NPHS athletic director Allen Cooper.
New Palestine senior Markie Wood has announced her plans to play softball at Anderson University. With Markie are here parents, Timi and Keith Wood and (back row) NPHS athletic director Allen Cooper, assistant softball coach Mark Prosser, head softball coach Ed Marcum, and Markie's hitting instructor Roger Nichols.