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HUNTINGDON (March 17) — Huntingdon High School hosted a signing ceremony Tuesday for senior tennis player Kensley Crossno, who will continue her athletic career at Bethel University. Family …
HUNTINGDON (March 17) — Huntingdon High School hosted a signing ceremony Tuesday for senior tennis player Kensley Crossno, who will continue her athletic career at Bethel University. Family members, teammates, coaches and classmates gathered in the library to celebrate her decision.
Crossno accrued a record of 22-8 in singles competition and 29-11 in doubles. She was named All-District in 2017 and 2019.
HHS Head Coach Scott Hampton told The Banner Crossno is “an ideal player from a coaching perspective,” citing her hard work and calling her smart and “a good person.”
Bethel Head Coach Derrick Hubble said he’s seen Crossno play quite a bit and that she’s a solid player. He noted Bethel “always likes to sign local kids” in order to garner community involvement.
Crossno told The Banner she chose to play tennis at the next level (she’s also a cheerleader) because, “It’s a great opportunity to be athletic, make friends and be involved.” She likes Bethel because “It’s a great school with a great mission... Everyone is helpful and friendly. Plus, it’s close to home.” She plans to join the Physician Assistant program.
The senior said that being a Huntingdon Fillie means “giving your best on and off the court and being the best that you can be.”