Summerall signs letter-of-intent with Itawamba CC soccer

Published 6:30 pm Friday, March 18, 2022

West Lincoln senior soccer player Camryn Summerall is heading approximately 275 miles north of Flea Hop to continue her career at the collegiate level.

Summerall recently signed a letter-of-intent to suit up next season for the Itawamba Community College women’s soccer team.

The 5-foot-5 Summerall has been a mainstay on the pitch for the WL soccer team since the program was founded when she was in junior high.

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Named the Offensive MVP of Region 7-Class I last season, Summerall scored 36 goals as a senior to lead the Bears on offensive.

Under the direction of coach Dane Hodges, West Lincoln finished 8-10 overall and 6-4 in region play during the 2021-2022 soccer campaign.

One thing that sets Summerall apart is her toughness. Watch her play the position of catcher for the West Lincoln softball team and that grit is on full display.

Hodges says that part of what sets her apart.

“She’s so tough and always found a way to score when we needed it the most,” said Hodges. “I believe her creativity is what sets her apart too. She has a natural ability to find ways to put the ball in the back of the net.”

At ICC, Summerall will play for former Co-Lin and Southwest head coach David Strother. Strother was hired at Itawamba in 2015 and the Indians finished 5-9 last season in MACCC play.