McKay signs letter of intent for Rochester

Rockford High School graduate Kylie McKay looks forward to playing basketball under Coach Joel Shrader at Rochester College this fall.

Rockford High School graduate Kylie McKay looks forward to playing basketball under Coach Joel Shrader at Rochester College this fall.

Rockford 2009 graduate Kylie McKay has signed a letter of intent to play college basketball at Rochester College. On Thursday, July 30, McKay and her parents met with Rockford High School Coach Jessica Yonkers and Rochester Coach Joel Shrader to sign this letter of intent.

McKay helped the Lady Rams to win the district championship during her junior year in 2008, and helped the team to a second-place finish in the OK Red conference during her senior year at Rockford.

“In her senior year, Kylie averaged six points per game, three assists and three rebounds,” commented Coach Yonkers. “Kylie has a tremendous ability to get to the rim and score. She also has a great outside shot. She is a true team player and definitely puts her teammates before herself.”

Besides basketball, McKay was also involved in varsity track and field and was a member of the National Honor Society.

McKay signs letter of intent for Rochester

Rockford 2009 graduate Kylie McKay has signed a letter of intent to play college basketball at Rochester College. On Thursday, July 30, McKay and her parents met with Rockford High School Coach Jessica Yonkers and Rochester Coach Joel Shrader to sign this letter of intent.

McKay helped the Lady Rams to win the district championship during her junior year in 2008, and helped the team to a second-place finish in the OK Red conference during her senior year at Rockford.

“In her senior year, Kylie averaged six points per game, three assists and three rebounds,” commented Coach Yonkers. “Kylie has a tremendous ability to get to the rim and score. She also has a great outside shot. She is a true team player and definitely puts her teammates before herself.”

Besides basketball, McKay was also involved in varsity track and field and was a member of the National Honor Society.

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