National Letter of Intent Day signees

This Wednesday is National Letter of Intent day for sports like football, soccer, track and a few other sports. Below is a list of local athletes set to sign on the dotted line to cement their future homes. If we’ve missed an athlete that will be signing on Wednesday, please send the athlete’s name, sport and destination to aswaney@heraldnet.com or tweet us @heraldnetpreps:

FOOTBALL

Glacier Peak’s Sean Elledge signing with Central Washington

King’s Mason Friedline signing with Yale

Kamiak’s Tyri Bethea signing with Wayne State

Lakewood’s Justin Peterson signing with Central Washington

Stanwood’s Brian O’Donnell signing with Central Washington

Stanwood’s Kyle O’Donnell signing with Central Washington

Mountlake Terrace’s Mason Stone signing with Idaho

Edmonds-Woodway’s Desmond Young signing with Central Washington

Edmonds-Woodway’s Matt Cuzzetto signing with Southern Oregon Univ.

Glacier Peak’s Nate Sandstrom signing with College of the Siskyous

TRACK AND FIELD/CROSS COUNTRY

Arlington’s Dan Boyden signing with University of Washington

Shorewood’s David Fan signing with Harvard

Kamiak’s Joey Davis signing with Lewis &Clark State College

Kamiak’s Tomislav Smith signing with Central Washington

Lake Stevens’ Carey Campbell signing with University of Washington

Glacier Peak’s Amy-Eloise Neale signing with University of Washington

Cascade’s Hannah Dowdell signing with Central Washington

Glacier Peak’s Katie Bianchini signing with Lipscomb University

GIRLS SOCCER

Archbishop Murphy’s Shelby Koch signing with Loyola University

Everett’s Bailey McMullen signing with Central Washington

Everett’s Haley Ayers signing with Seattle Pacific

Everett’s Rosie Sittauer signing with Seattle University

Shorewood’s Gabriella Fortes signing with Embry Aeronautical Univ.

Granite Falls’ Courtney Young signing with Eastern Washington

Kamiak’s Emma Makela signing with University of Texas-San Antonio

Cascade’s Sarah Jenkins signing with Northwest Nazarene

Cascade’s Emily Nelson signing with Central Washington

Cascade’s Rachel Detroit signing with Trinity Lutheran

Cascade’s Denae Weigelt signing with Everett C.C.

Glacier Peak’s Natalie Johnston signing with Carroll College

Glacier Peak’s Bailey Anderson signing with Boise State

Cedarcrest’s Lauren Rodger signing with Edmonds C.C.

Everett’s Taylor McCoy signing with Bellevue College

BOYS SOCCER

Glacier Peak’s Kyle Bjornethun signing with Seattle Univ.

Everett’s Chaz Jenkins signing with Seattle Pacific University

Shorewood’s Jacob Hauser-Ramsey signing with University of Cincinnati

BASEBALL

Kamiak’s Andy Crosby signing with University of Puget Sound

Kamiak’s Jacob Bettencourt signing with Pacific Lutheran

Glacier Peak’s Christian Jarnagin signing with George Fox

Archbishop Murphy’s Zander Clouse signing with Bellevue College

Archbishop Murphy’s Alex Galgano signing with Bellevue College

Jackson’s Joakim Soderqvist signing with Bellevue College

SOFTBALL

Edmonds-Woodway’s Cassady Orstad signing with Olympic College

GOLF

Kamiak’s Chris Hatch signing with Western Washington

SWIM

Kamiak’s John Stupey signing with University of Maryland-Baltimore Co.

Kamiak’s Liam Sosinsky signing with Cornell

Glacier Peak’s Autumn Wunderlich signing with Pacific Lutheran University

Archbishop Murphy’s Alec Barnard signing with Seattle University

Archbishop Murphy’s Hunter Cosgrove signing with Pacific Lutheran Univ.

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