Lisbon’s Vrable selects YSU 

Lisbon senior Kenedy Vrable signs a letter of intent to continue her academic and softball careers at Youngstown State University, an NCAA Division I program. She has played nine years of travel ball and is a fourth-year starting shortstop in high school, but was recruited to be a utility player at Youngstown State. She has completed 29 credit hours of college classes at Kent State University and will major in accounting. On hand for the signing were (front, from left) mother Julie Vrable, brother Jett, Kenedy Vrable, sister Justyce; (back, from left) traveling team coach Tony Scibelli, father Nate Vrable, Lisbon athletic director Kyle Bing and Lisbon softball head coach Dave Crismon. (Submitted Photo)


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