Emma Rhyne

Brazosport Christian’s Emma Rhyne signed her national letter of intent to continue her career in cheeering and acrobatics at East Texas Baptist University.

East Texas Baptist University was the first school Brazosport Christian’s Emma Rhyne visited, and she knew the Marshall-based school was right for her.

The BCS junior, who is graduating early, signed her national letter of intent to continue her acrobatics and tumbling career with the university.

Jake Dowling is the sports editor for The Facts. Contact him at 979-237-0161 or by email at jake.dowling@thefacts.com.

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