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Thu. February 9, 2012 | John C. Cotey | Email

Even while standing on the court last fall with a gold medal around her neck after leading her team to a second straight state championship, East Lake setter Rachel Reed was unsure if that would be the last competitive volleyball game of her career.

But now, she's sure it won't be.

East Lake coach Mike Estes said that Reed, the Times Co-Player of the Year in Pinellas County, has signed with Lipscomb University, a Division I-A school in Nashville.

Reed  joins teammate Brittnay Estes, the other Co-Player of the Year, in signing with Lipscomb.

Reed had 758 assists and 72 kills this past season.


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