For Howell, Point University is a winner For Howell, Point University is a winner

April 8, 2015

By Patrick Donahue

Usually, Kyle Howell’s stroke results in a winner. Last Wednesday, the South Effingham High School senior used the stroke of a pen, rather than that of his tennis racquet, for another victorious moment. Howell signed a letter of intent to attend and play tennis at Point University, capping wha... [Read More]


 

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