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LSN's Johnae’ Hightower Letter of Intent

LSN's Johnae’ Hightower Letter of Intent

April 15, 2017

Tribune Photo/Rich Schubert

Johnae’ Hightower, Track & Field, Webster University, St. Louis, MO
Anticipated Major: Exercise Science
Parents: DeAngela Hightower & John T. Hightower, Jr.
Career Highlights: Junior Class MVP – Varsity Girls Track Team, Most improved long and triple jumper – 2016, Represent Team Missouri at the Great South West, Invitational at the University of New Mexico – 2016 & 2017, State Qualifier for 4x1 and 4x2, District Qualifier for long and triple jump – 2016, 3-year Varsity Letterwinner for Girls Track & Field


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