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Franklin County girls basketball standout Ta’Mya Robertson has made a binding commitment to continue her career at Southwest Virginia Community College, which competes in the National Junior College Athletic Association (NJCAA). Viewing the signing are Robertson’s parents Cory Robertson and Tomeka Robertson. Ta’Mya Robertson’s senior statistics were 12.6 scoring average, 1.6 rebounds-per-game, 3 assists-per-game and 2.6 steals-per-game. She converted 25% of her 3-point field-goal attempts, 47.8% of her shots from inside the long-distance arc and 73.33% of her tries from the free-throw line.

Franklin County girls basketball standout Ta’Mya Robertson has made a binding commitment to continue her career at Southwest Virginia Community College, which competes in the National Junior College Athletic Association (NJCAA). Viewing the signing are Robertson’s parents Cory Robertson and Tomeka Robertson. Ta’Mya Robertson’s senior statistics were 12.6 scoring average, 1.6 rebounds-per-game, 3 assists-per-game and 2.6 steals-per-game. She converted 25% of her 3-point field-goal attempts, 47.8% of her shots from inside the long-distance arc and 73.33% of her tries from the free-throw line.

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