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Moorhead joins Hardin on road to Fulton, ICC

February 15, 2014

Starkville High School's Megan Moorhead, seated, celebrates the signing of a scholarship with Itawamba Community College with her parents and coaches on Friday afternoon. (Photo by Danny P. Smith, SDN)

It always helps to make a move when there's a friend going along for the ride.
That's what Megan Moorhead has found to be true.
The Starkville High School girls soccer player signed a scholarship to play with Itawamba Community College and it was less than three weeks ago that fellow Lady Yellowjacket Noa Katherine Hardin joined the Lady Indians.
"Noa and I played together for 14 or 15 years so when I found out she was signing I thought why quit," Moorhead said. "I love playing soccer with her so we're signing there together. We'll keep that going."
With both signing with ICC, the adjustment to the Fulton area and ICC should be made easier for Moorhead and Hardin.

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