MHS Standout Jordan Mays Signs With FHU
Marmaduke Lady Greyhound multi-sport standout Jordan Mays signed a letter of intent last week to attend Freed Hardeman University and play basketball for the Lady Lions. Flanked by her parents, Jonathan Mays and Jennifer Anthony, she signed during a ceremony held on the floor of the MHS gym with the student body in attendance. She was also joined by other family members, Marmaduke Coach Rick Smith (left-rear) and long-time Freed Hardeman Head Coach Dale Neal (right-rear). Mays was a part of a Lady Greyhound team which won their first-ever state title, and amassed over 100 wins over her high school career. She was also given the option of playing softball for FHU, her parent's alma mater, but choose to continue her career on the hardwood.