Once she graduates, White said she wants to attend the University of Arkansas — a school not too far from her family but in the Southeastern Conference like the University of Georgia, her favorite team “other than the McAlester Buffaloes.” Already taking four college-level classes at Eastern Oklahoma State College in McAlester, White said she wants to become a nurse.
“I like to help people,” White said.
“Whenever I see people hurting or something like that, my first instinct is to go and help, and I’ve always been into science.”
Between school, Angie’s, cheer and marching band, White doesn’t have much free time. What she has, she said she spends with friends or with her family, especially enjoying going with her father to shoot at the Eufaula Rod & Gun Club in McAlester.
White wasn’t born in McAlester, but once she got here, she flung herself into McAlester’s football culture.
With such a broad range of experiences, few understand the Buffaloes and Lady Buffaloes like Sarah White.
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