Van-Far’s Brooke Johnson signs letter with CMU softball
Front row, from left: Leah Johnson, Brooke Johnson, Lisa Johnson, and Bobby Johnson. Second row: Gene Reardon, Central Methodist hitting coach and recruiting coordinator; Kelly Orf, Van-Far assistant softball coach; and Wes Rowden, Van-Far head softball coach.
Van-Far senior Brooke Johnson signed a letter of intent on Tuesday, Jan. 21 to play softball next year with the Central Methodist Lady Eagles.
Johnson was a key member of the Lady Indians softball team during her career.
“I have loved playing softball since I was five and CMU has given me the opportunity to raise the bar both mentally and physically,” Johnson said. “I’m excited to be a part of a team that will help me grow as a player. My goal is to become a better player, a better athlete, and a better person. I am the happiest when I step on a softball field and can’t wait to be a CMU eagle.”
Joining Johnson during her official signing ceremony were her sister Leah Johnson, mother Lisa Johnson, father Bobby Johnson, Van-Far assistant softball coach Kelly Orf, Van-Far head softball coach Wes Rowden, and Central Methodist hitting coach Gene Reardon.
The signing ceremony was held inside the Van-Far High School gymnasium.
CMU advanced to the NAIA Championships last season.