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Thomas & Farris Attorneys Student-Athlete of the Week: Taylar Keel
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Thomas & Farris Attorneys Student-Athlete of the Week: Taylar Keel


Senior Taylar Keel led the way to a milestone for the Greene Central High girls tennis team last week, making her this week’s Thomas & Farris Attorneys Student-Athlete of the Week.

Taylar won all four of her No. 1 singles matches as the Lady Rams won four matches by 9-0 scores, including three against 2-A Eastern Carolina Conference foes. Greene Central wrapped up the ECC title for its 20th straight conference championship.

Taylar improved to 14-5 in singles and 15-4 at No. 1 doubles.

She holds a 3.9 grade point average at Greene Central where she is ranked in the top 10 percent of her class. She is a member of Fellowship of Christian Athletes, HOSA-Future Health Professionals, Spanish Honor Society and BETA Club.

Taylor volunteers her time helping others through her youth group at Harrell’s Chapel Free Will Baptist Church in Snow Hill. She also serves a volunteer with Special Olympics at Greene Central.

The daughter of Dawn Murphy of Shine and Rodney Keel of Arba, Taylar plans to attend East Carolina University and major in nursing.
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