Once she graduates, LeFors said she definitely wants to go to college, ideally to a Division 2 school where she can continue playing volleyball. The University of Central Oklahoma is LeFors’ top choice because of its strong forensics program.
“I really am interested in the way people think,” LeFors said. “I want to know how the person died, the criminology. I want to get into people’s minds. UCO, I heard, is one of the best forensics schools in the state.”
When not playing volleyball, LeFors tries to stay active, running or working out. She’s been a distance runner on several spring MHS track teams and will probably do so again in 2014, competing in the 800 meter, the mile and the 2 mile relay.
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