Cole Narron to play volleyball at Cape Fear Community

March 3, 2014 

Cole Narron announces her decision to play volleyball at Cape Fear Community College with (seated, from left) her parents, Brian and Christie Narron, Cape Fear coach Emily Coleman, (standing, from left) Corinth Holders athletic director Brent Walston, Johnston County Heat coach Alli Parrish, Cole’s sister, Hunter Narron, Corinth Holders assistant volleyball coach Vernon Novak, Corinth Holders head coach Charles Riley and principal Chase Ferrell.

D. CLAY BEST

Parents: Brian and Christie Narron

High School: Corinth Holders

Travel Team: Johnston County Heat

Height: 5-foot-8

Also Considered: Meredith, N.C. Wesleyan

Why Cape Fear? “It’s near the beach and when I met Coach Emily I just fell in love with her and the way she coaches and the intensity that’s in the program.”

Notable: Cole, along with fellow signee Lindsay Alford, has been one of the building blocks for the Pirates’ highly successful program, which won a conference championship in just its third year of play. … Cole was a standout outside hitter for Corinth Holders squad and has played almost every position on the court in travel ball. She likes playing different positions. “I’d rather be someone who can play every position on the court so I can play at any time to help my team than just be stuck in one position,” she said. … Her goal as she begins college-level play is to better understand every position on the court. … Cole wants to study business.

Corinth Holders coach Charles Riley: “Cole has always had an interest doing things above and beyond just playing high school volleyball for fourth months. Her desire to get better and learn continually is going to help her improve and get the chance to move onto a four-year program.”

Compiled by D. Clay Best

Smithefield Herald is pleased to provide this opportunity to share information, experiences and observations about what's in the news. Some of the comments may be reprinted elsewhere in the site or in the newspaper. We encourage lively, open debate on the issues of the day, and ask that you refrain from profanity, hate speech, personal comments and remarks that are off point. Thank you for taking the time to offer your thoughts.

Commenting FAQs | Terms of Service