Archbishop Murphy athletes celebrate moving on

Wednesday was a big day for a number of senior athletes at Archbishop Murphy High School.

Twenty athletes celebrated their signing of national letter of intent or making a verbal commitment to a wide range of schools, including Stanford University, University of Washington and Pacific University, for nearly every sport in the spectrum.

Here’s a list of the athletes and where they’ll be playing next year:

Athlete, school, sport

Ally Beck, University of San Francisco, Soccer

Sarah Bettag, Hope College, Swimming

Brandon Bulaclac, PLU, Tennis

Ryan Fenton, PLU, Golf

Zach Gordon, Cal Poly, Basketball

Cameron Guy, University of Washington, Track.

Dan Haider, Shoreline CC, Basketball

Aiden Huggins, Gonzaga University, Soccer

Alex Kramer, Bellevue College, Soccer

Eric Lawson, Linfield College, Baseball

Hannah Linsenmeyer, Whitman College, Volleyball

Levi MaVorhis, Bellevue College, Baseball

James Peckham, Pacific University, Football

Sam Shober, Stanford University, Football

Chas Stringfellow, Greensboro College, Lacrosse

Jordan Trinka, Carroll College, Football

Christine Towey, St. Martin’s University, Track

Riley Rayner, St. Mary’s College of California, Soccer

Phillip Walczack, University of Washington, Crew

Mahea Wong, Pacific University, Lacrosse

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