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SHERMAN, TX -- A Texoma woman celebrated her 100th birthday on Thursday.

Elizabeth Reynolds was born in the Pink Hill community just outside of Bells.

Reynolds celebrated her 100 years Thursday at Pecan Point in Sherman surrounded by family and friends, and says her birthday is just like any other day.

She shared with us some of her life stories and says her favorite sport to play growing up was baseball.

"We had a good team, we won a lot of games," said Reynolds. "And playing in skirt and blouses, that was before we wore pants, before we was allowed to. We just had lots of fun playing ball."

Reynolds says her key to reaching 100 was leading a good, clean life.