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Gallia Academy senior Madison Holley, third from right, will be continuing her cross country career after signing a letter of intent with Limestone College on Wednesday, April 16, at the GAHS library in Centenary, Ohio. Holley — a multi-time regional qualifier in both track and cross country — will be taking her talents to the private liberal arts campus located in Gaffney, S.C., which is home to the Saints. Holley discussed what led to her to the final choice of Limestone College and how the training at GAHS has helped prepare her for this next endeavour. “The level of competition was right for me and they’ve always shown a great interest in my running abilities over the years,” Holley said. “I’ve learned a lot from the coaches and the people ahead of me here at Gallia Academy and I look forward to having the opportunity to continue to get better. I know a lot of people don’t get this chance, to continue playing sports at the collegiate level. This is a really exciting time for me and my family.” Holley — who owns a 3.96 grade-point average — plans on majoring in pre-med and is the daughter of Kenny and Melissa Holley of Gallipolis. Madison is joined in the front row, from left, by twin sister Elizabeth, father Kenny, grandmother Lily and mother Melissa. Standing in back are GAHS coaches Paul Close, Cheryl Greenlee and Todd May. (GAHS submitted photo)

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