Green Forest's All-conference, All-state, All-star basketball standout Nikki Mullen added another athletic cap as she participated in the 18th annual Gerald Pilz and Friends All-star game last Saturday at College of the Ozarks.
|The Pilz game is a benefit all-star game with proceeds from admissions going to help provide scholarships for C of O.||"We started with scrimmage at 9 a.m.," Nikki said. "I [already] knew a lot of the girls on the team."|
There was a red team and a white team, each with 15 players. "I was on the white team," Nikki said. "The white team ended up winning the girls game."
After morning scrimmage the players were teated to a outing at the Kirby Van Burch magic show in Branson. After that they got down to business with the game starting at 6 p.m.
Nikki will be filling a scholarship position on the girls basketball team at the University of Arkansas at Monticello this fall. "I'm kind of nervous, but I'm ready to get down there and start," she said. "I was #4 at the both All-star games. I hope to have my high school number, #34, at UAM," she said.