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Front row:  Bethany Worm is seated with her parents, Connie and Christopher Worm.  Back row (left to right):  Jim Billings, head coach, Westerville Igniters and eighth grade Walnut Springs girls’ basketball coach; Lamont Tillman, head girls varsity basketball coach, Westerville North; Bill Abner, head coach, Capital City Stars AAU; and Jessie Biggs, head women’s basketball coach, Indiana Tech. 

 

 

 

Friends, family members, teammates, teachers, coaches and administrators gathered in the Atrium at Westerville North High School on Friday afternoon, October 6, to watch and celebrate as Bethany Worm signed a Letter of Intent to continue her education and play basketball at Indiana Tech. 

Worm has twice earned All-OCC honors, along with All Central District recognition, and a four-year varsity letter (three years as a starter).  She served as team captain on the girls’ basketball team for the past two years; has earned the Ultimate Warrior Award twice; and has averaged 11 points, six rebounds and two steals during the past two years.  She is also involved with the Warrior Athlete Leadership Team and the OHSAA Leadership Team, and is a Junior Mentor.  In addition, Worm was starting varsity soccer goalie for three years, winning the Coach’s award during her sophomore year.