Softballer Kiara ‘Kiki’ Fuentes signs with Texas A&M-San Antonio

The H.M. King softball program got some good news this past week when senior Kiara “Kiki” Fuentes signed a national letter of intent to continue her education and playing career at Texas A&M-San Antonio.

Kiara made the announcement in front of a large crowd of teammates, family, educators and students at H.M. King last Thursday afternoon. After being introduced by H.M. King athletic director Mike Davila, Kiara signed her letter of intent while surrounded by her parents Joseph and Shantai Fuentes, her 13-year-old brother Jaylen and 8-year-old sister Zariah.

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