East Bay senior basketball player Shytina Harley is scheduled to sign her letter of intent Monday to play college basketball at Fort Valley State, East Bay coach Terry Varvil Jr., said Monday.
Harley, who has 1,000 career points and 1,000 career rebounds in her career with the Indians, will play at the same college her mother, Clestine.
Fort Valley State is a Division II college located in Fort Valley, Ga. The Wildcats play in the Southern Intercollegiate Athletic Conference with other historically black schools like Tuskegee, Stillman, Morehouse and Clark Atlanta.
Harley, a four-year varsity player at East Bay and the school's all time leading rebounder, averaged 15.8 points and 9.7 rebounds a game.
During the season, the Times profiled the relationship between Harley and her mother, who has been gone while serving in the military.
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