Pendilton signs to play softball at DePaul

Marsha Pendilton (seated, center) of Jefferson City High School signed a letter of intent Thursday to play softball at DePaul University. Also seated are her parents, John Ginwright and Yolanda Calvin. Standing (from left) are Rattlers coach Steve Hirt, Jefferson City assistant coach Zach Miller, Jefferson City head coach Lisa Dey and Rattlers coach Gary Ennis.

Marsha Pendilton (seated, center) of Jefferson City High School signed a letter of intent Thursday to play softball at DePaul University. Also seated are her parents, John Ginwright and Yolanda Calvin. Standing (from left) are Rattlers coach Steve Hirt, Jefferson City assistant coach Zach Miller, Jefferson City head coach Lisa Dey and Rattlers coach Gary Ennis. Photo by Julie Smith.

Through four stellar years on the varsity, Marsha’ Pendilton has made life miserable for softball opponents of Jefferson City High School.

Now she’s making it her mission to make things tough on the opponents of the DePaul Blue Demons.

“When you have several people tell you, ‘Thank goodness she’s a senior,’ that tells you something,” Jefferson City coach Lisa Dey said.

Pendilton, known for her speed during her years with the Lady Jays, took time to slow down Thursday to sign a letter of intent with the NCAA Division I school.

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