Johns headed to Washington & Jefferson Univ. to play softball


Wilmington High School senior Je’Taysia Johns has chosen to play softball at Washington & Jefferson University. “Our coaching staff is very proud that Je’Taysia has worked so hard in the classroom and on the softball field,” WHS softball coach Glen Blessing said. “Her dedication to both has given her an opportunity to further her education while playing softball at the collegiate level.” Je’Taysia is shown with her mother Heather Johns, left, and father Howard Johns, right.


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Wilmington High School senior Je’Taysia Johns has chosen to play softball at Washington & Jefferson University. “Our coaching staff is very proud that Je’Taysia has worked so hard in the classroom and on the softball field,” WHS softball coach Glen Blessing said. “Her dedication to both has given her an opportunity to further her education while playing softball at the collegiate level.” Je’Taysia is shown with her mother Heather Johns, left, and father Howard Johns, right.

Wilmington High School senior Je’Taysia Johns has chosen to play softball at Washington & Jefferson University. “Our coaching staff is very proud that Je’Taysia has worked so hard in the classroom and on the softball field,” WHS softball coach Glen Blessing said. “Her dedication to both has given her an opportunity to further her education while playing softball at the collegiate level.” Je’Taysia is shown with her mother Heather Johns, left, and father Howard Johns, right.
http://wnewsj.com/wp-content/uploads/2016/03/web1_SFT.johnssigns.jpgWilmington High School senior Je’Taysia Johns has chosen to play softball at Washington & Jefferson University. “Our coaching staff is very proud that Je’Taysia has worked so hard in the classroom and on the softball field,” WHS softball coach Glen Blessing said. “Her dedication to both has given her an opportunity to further her education while playing softball at the collegiate level.” Je’Taysia is shown with her mother Heather Johns, left, and father Howard Johns, right. Courtesy Photo
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