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Three Buford softball players make commitments
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Buford juniors Chelsie Thomas, Karly Fullem and Melissa Dickie, who have led the Wolves to the past three state championships, recently made commitments to college fastpitch softball programs.

Thomas, a third baseman, and Fullem, a pitcher/first baseman, both committed to Georgia Tech.

Dickie, also a pitcher, made a commitment to North Georgia College and State University.

Thomas has a career batting average of .361 with 41 RBIs, 101 runs scored and 58 stolen bases in 60 attempts. She is the daughter of Robin and Lamar Thomas.

Fullem is 35-5 in her Buford pitching career with a 1.02 ERA and 287 strikeouts, and also has 41 career RBIs and a .289 average. She is the daughter of Jill and David Fullem.

Dickie is 28-4 as a pitcher with a 0.62 ERA and 238 strikeouts. She is the daughter of Tammy and David Dickie.