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Basketball athlete Kailyn Lay signed a National Letter of Intent to continue her athletic career at Coffeyville Kansas at a Signing Day Ceremony Wednesday in the library.

Kailyn Lay

May 15, 2019

Wingspan: What school did you choose?

Lay: “Coffeyville Kansas.”

Wingspan: Why did you choose this school?

Lay: “They sounded really interested in getting me to the next level, and they offered a full scholarship.”

Wingspan: What aspects appealed to you?

Lay: “The way they run stuff and how they do stuff, their tradition.”

Wingspan: What are you expecting from being a college athlete?

Lay: “Hard work and stress in dealing with basketball and school.”

Wingspan: How long did it take to make this decision?

Lay: “Probably two weeks.”

Wingspan: What other options were you contemplating?

Lay: “There was another school in Oklahoma that I was debating, so just between those two colleges.”

Wingspan: How do you plan to prepare?

Lay: “Really just working hard and making myself better.”

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