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Lewis County standout Mattie King joins Motlow State Lady Bucks basketball program

June 8, 2017

Lewis County High School standout Mattie King recently signed a National Letter of Intent to continue her basketball career as a student-athlete at Motlow State Community College.

King, from Hohenwald, played for Head Coach Larry Helton at Lewis County and earned all-District honors in 11-AA following both her junior and senior seasons. In addition, she was named to the district all-tournament team in each of her final two seasons.

"Mattie is going to give us added depth at our guard position," said Donnie Woods, interim head coach of the Lady Bucks. "She is an incredible young lady who will fit in well with our program. With her heart and determination, she is going to be a tremendous piece of the puzzle for the Lady Bucks' family."

Motlow is currently interviewing potential candidates for the head coaching position, which has been open since Bart Walker resigned in April. The Lady Bucks are coming off the best season in school history, advancing to the national tournament and finishing with a 27-6 record.

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Mattie King
Lewis County High School basketball standout Mattie King recently signed a National Letter of Intent to continue her career as a student-athlete at Motlow State Community College. King, from Hohenwald, is a point guard who can distribute the ball, drive the lane and shoot the three pointer. Joining her in the photo is Donnie Woods, Motlow women's basketball interim head coach. Photo provided.