LONE GROVE — Following one of the most successful seasons in Lone Grove softball history, Wednesday afternoon brought another historical moment for the Lady Horns program.

LONE GROVE — Following one of the most successful seasons in Lone Grove softball history, Wednesday afternoon brought another historical moment for the Lady Horns program.

Senior outfielder Brooklyn Mason, and senior first baseman Sami Skelly each signed their National Letters of Intent to play college softball at Oklahoma Baptist University, and the University of Oklahoma, respectively in front of a standing room only crowd at the Lone Grove High School library.

The moment was overwhelming for the Lady Horns pair, as they each made their futures official.

“I’ve been working my whole life towards this moment,” Skelly said. “To make it official is amazing. I can’t describe this feeling. To know you are going to play for a program like Oklahoma is an honor.”

“To know that I get to go play at the highest level makes me feel very blessed,” Mason said. “I’ve played this sport my whole life and love it very much. The atmosphere and the education system at OBU was really what made it feel like a good choice for me.”

Mason ended her career this season with a second trip to the state tournament, along with having made it as a freshman in 2014.

The center fielder standout was named as the Defensive Player of the Year last season on the All-Ardmoreite team, finishing with just three errors the whole season along with a .952 fielding percentage and 54 putouts.