CENTRAL HEIGHTS — Chloe Cook used to think of volleyball as just another sport. But as she has grown, matured and worked at perfecting her craft, it is now a special part of her life, thanks to her parents, former coaches, teammates and, yes, most definitely because of her faith in God.

Cook took another giant step in her playing career and education last week when she was joined by her coaches, family, friends and other supporters in Russell Gymnasium on the campus of Central Heights High School as she signed a National Letter of Intent to play volleyball at NCAA Division I Campbell University in Buies Creek, North Carolina.

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