High school athletes: Letter-of-intent day

Area high school athletes who have signed NCAA Letters of Intent:

Archbishop Murphy

Gemma Miller, softball, South Carolina-Upstate

Elizabeth Bader, rowing, San Diego

Arlington

Morgan Ginnis, swimming, New Mexico

Ryan Walker, baseball, Washington State

Cascade

K.J. Brady, baseball, Washington

Everett

Sidney Rielly, basketball, Santa Clara

Jane Bird, rowing, San Diego

Jace Chacon, basketball, Air Force Academy

Haley Finley, rowing, Portland

Amber Hager, basketball, Southern Oregon

Tenika Wentworth, volleyball, Hawaii Pacific

Glacier Peak

Nicole Fausey, basketball, Cal Poly

Taylor Baird, basketball, Southern Utah

Lake Stevens

Branden Kelliher, baseball, Oregon

Noah Cuzzetto, wrestling, St. Cloud State

Meadowdale

Sloane Morrison, volleyball, Corban (Salem, Ore.)

Tara Fishback, volleyball, Concordia (Portland, Ore.)

Mountlake Terrace

Maddy Kristjanson, softball, Seattle U.

Oak Harbor

Kayleigh Harper, volleyball, Western Washington

Drew Washington, basketball, Air Force Academy

Shorewood

Sam Boone, baseball, Washington State

Zoe Vincini, soccer, Portland State

Denis Kalamar, soccer, UC Santa Barbara

Snohomish

Trysten Melhart, softball, Washington

Area athletes who are scheduled to sign NCAA National Letters of Intent in the next week:

Glacier Peak

(Signing today)

Hanna Dalrymple, lacrosse, St. Mary’s

Jackson

(Signing today)

Sierra Anderson, basketball, Montana

Kelli Kingma, basketball, Washington

Jason Todd, basketball, Portland

Hannah Hicks, volleyball, Grand Canyon

Snohomish

(Signing today)

Lanesha Reagan, volleyball, Oregon State

Haaken Lande, baseball, Washington State

Jarrett Toy, lacrosse, Mount St. Mary’s

Davyd Powell. lacrosse, Canisius College

Katlyn Purvis, softball, Kent State

Bailey Seek, softball, Weber State

Jenny Winston, softball, Colorado Christian

Cascade

(Signing Tuesday, Nov. 19)

Ky Dye, baseball, Seattle U.

Makinlee Sellevold, softball, Western Washington

Paige Miller, softball, St. Martin’s

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