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Mount's Castro signs Softball Letter of Intent to URI

May 17, 2014

WOONSOCKET — As she watched one classmate after another gleefully boast about their college plans, Briana Castro kept wondering when exactly the ship she desired was going to drop anchor.

A senior softball and hockey standout at Mount St. Charles, Castro would seek out her physics teacher, Kristen Couture, for counsel and reassurance that everything would work out. She would also keep repeating in her mind a saying from her parents, Fabio and Wendy: “If it’s meant to be, then clearly it’s meant to be.”

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