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KENNEWICK, Wash -- A trio of local high school student athletes are on their way to division one schools. Wednesday Kennewick high school baseball star Trek Stemp signed his national letter of intent to play at Washington State. Kamiakin's Khadidja Toure will play basketball at Oregon State. Also from Kamiakin, Llindsey Kamphuis will play softball at Weber State.

"I knew I was going to have to work hard to get offers and stuff, but this is kind of unbelievable. I don't even really know what to say," Toure said.

"They started talking to me when I was a sophomore but after they started talking to me and talking about scholarships, I realized that they were going to be a good choice for me," Stemp said."

"It's such a big stress relief, like everyone's so worried about what college they're going to and I already have it set in gold," said Kamphuis.

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