Iola's Dickenson signs softball letter with NEOSHO County Community College
Iola High School softball standout Mikaela Dickenson signed her letter of intent to play at NEOSHO County Community College Tuesday morning at the school library.
The three year varsity catcher for the Lady Bulldogs has a career .444 batting average and a better than .980 fielding percentage.
Mikaela plans on pursuing a degree in graphic design. After playing two years in Chanute, Kansas, Mikaela would like to transfer to Texas A&M and wrap up her softball career with Jo Evans and the Aggies.