Local student-athlete signings

The following athletes from area high schools signed an NCAA National Letter of Intent or made an equivalent formal collegiate commitment on Wednesday, according to various reports. It was the first day of the signing period for prep recruits in football, soccer, track and field, and cross country.

Did we miss anyone? Send other signing details to mcane@heraldnet.com.


Riley Carr, Jackson (Air Force Academy)

John Froland, Glacier Peak (Colorado State University)

Andy Gay, Jackson (Dartmouth College)

Connor Hamlett, Meadowdale (Oregon State University)

Trevor Hegeberg, Jackson (South Dakota School of Mines &Technology)

Nick Rouser, Oak Harbor (Central Washington University)


Brady Ballew, Marysville-Pilchuck (Seattle University)

John Crenshaw, Marysville-Pilchuck (University of Washington)

Michael Harris, Shorecrest (University of Washington)

Tye Hastings, Jackson (Western Washington University)


Alli Beard, Archbishop Murphy (St. Mary’s College)

Kayla Beer, Jackson (Western Washington University)

Megan Bolmes, Jackson (Eastern Washington University)

Lindsey Bos, Archbishop Murphy (University of Washington)

Carolyn Dapper, King’s (Pepperdine University)

Julia Fjortoft, Meadowdale (Gonzaga University)

Agen Heffernan, Shorecrest (Montana State University Billings)

Alexa Hughes, Archbishop Murphy (Marshall University)

Maddy McDevitt, King’s (Boise State University)

Sandra Osborn, Lake Stevens (St. John’s University)

Annie Sittauer, Everett (University of Washington)

Cheyenne Smith, Edmonds-Woodway (Western Washington University)

Simone Sterling, Jackson (Xavier University)

Annie Thomas, Lake Stevens (Seattle Pacific University)

Hillary Zevenbergen, King’s (University of Washington)

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