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Davis was also a mem­ber of the Lady War­rior softball pro­gram, where she gar­nered Al­lCounty hon­ors in 2009. She helped the pro­gram earn fives­traight Chero­kee County Tour- na­ment and area cham­pi­onships, along with back-to-back North­east Re­gional crowns in 2010 and 2011.

Davis went on to Jack­sonville State and played one sea­son of bas­ket­ball (2011-12) be­fore help­ing in ath­letic train­ing in foot­ball and soc­cer.

After ob­tain­ing her teach­ing de­gree, Davis spent a year at Ben­jamin Rus­sell High School in Alexan­der City, where she helped coach bas­ket­ball and softball. She was also an as­sis­tant softball coach at Spring Gar­den for one sea­son.

“For Fo­ley to be giv­ing me this op­por­tu­nity at a young age (Davis is a month shy of her 24th birth­day), that’s some­thing I take a lit­tle pride in,” Davis said. “I’m ex­cited about it and I’m ready to get down there and get to work.”

Cedar Bluff has al­ready named a new head vol­ley­ball coach in Lyn­d­sey Mullins. Walker will con­tinue to coach the Lady Tiger softball team.

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