Kayla Reed started on the diamond at the young age of seven for Mad River Softball. She moved on to a travel team and then Arcata High School where she has been the Tigers starting pitcher all four years.
Next up is college where Reed will attend Corban University in the fall.
She signed her letter of intent Thursday night at Arcata High School.
Located in Salem, Oregon, the Warriors compete in the Cascade Collegiate Conference.
Reed is excited to continue her softball career and earn a degree in pediatric medicine.
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