Smith-Cotton High School senior Kiara Williams on Wednesday, Nov. 16, signed a Letter of Intent to play soccer at State Fair Community College.

Williams, a defender, is a three-time varsity letter winner and three-time selection to the All-West Central Conference team. She also was named to the All-District Second Team twice and an honorable mention pick once.

“Kiara has excelled during her three years as a starting wing back in our program,” said S-C girls soccer Head Coach Adam Murray. “She is a very talented player who possesses both the skill and toughness to play her position at a high level. She has worked hard to develop into a very good player and I have no doubt she will continue to be a very successful student athlete while attending SFCC.”

Eddie Horn, SFCC women’s soccer head coach, said: “We’re extremely excited that (Williams) chose us over some of the other options she had. She’s a great addition for us. She is an athletic, speedy central defender that we desperately need to continue to build our team. She’s a tremendous student … her character is impeccable, so she is a great addition for us.”

Murray added: “I am very proud of (Williams) and wish her the best of luck as she continues her playing career with the Lady Roadrunners.”
In the photo: Smith-Cotton High School senior Kiara Williams on Wednesday signed a Letter of Intent to play soccer at State Fair Community College. With her at the table, from left, are her sisters Tayian and Zakiyah and her father, Lance; back row, from left, S-C Athletic Director Rob Davis, S-C girls soccer head coach Adam Murray, SFCC Head Coach Eddie Horn, S-C girls soccer assistant coach Ethan Weller and S-C Principal Wade Norton.

In the bottom photo: Smith-Cotton High School senior Kiara Williams signs a Letter of Intent to play soccer for State Fair Community College surrounded by her family, from left, sisters Tayian and Zakiyah and father Lance.

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