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UNC Women's Basketball commit Reniya Kelly won first of four state titles at age 12


One of four members of UNC Women's Basketball's 2023 recruiting class, — who MaxPreps named second-team All-American on Thursday — played a little soccer at an elite level as well but sought greatness on the basketball court. "Reniya's been a hard worker all her life; she’s just a perfectionist," her dad U.J. Mitchell said. "It’s a gift and a curse." (Tar Heel Tribune)

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UNC Women's Basketball commit Reniya Kelly won first of four state titles at age 12


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