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Austintown Fitch senior to play basketball at West Point

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Incoming Fitch High School Senior, Sabria Hunter, recently gave her verbal commitment to West Point Academy, where she will be playing basketball.

Hunter will officially sign her letter of intent in the fall.

“Sabria has earned this incredible opportunity to further her academic and athletic career at West Point.  Her effort to become a better basketball player, better leader and better student daily has made this possible,” said Girls Basketball Coach Dan Schnurrenberger. 

Hunter was recognized this past season, as a junior, for her 1000th career point.

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