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National Signing Day: Area Signing Class

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North Central athletes sign their Letters of Intent on National Signing Day, Wednesday, Feb. 5. North Central athletes sign their Letters of Intent on National Signing Day, Wednesday, Feb. 5.
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Below is a list of the area high school athletes who signed Letters of Intent today, National Signing Day, Feb. 5. The student athlete's will be listed by the high school they attend:

Gonzaga Prep: 

Carolyn Cox - Soccer - University of Northern Colorado

Colleen Lindsay - Soccer - Western Washington University

Russell Dubois - Football - Montana Tech


University: 

Hannah Holm – Soccer – University of Minnesota

Sarah Melvin – Soccer – Community Colleges of Spokane

Taylor Morales – Softball – Bradley University

McKenzie Peterson – Basketball – San Diego Christian College

Sam Polsin – Lacrosse – Notre Dame de Namur University @ Belmont, CA.

Taylor Smith – Track/Cross Country - Carroll College

Cassidy Walter – Soccer – Carroll College


Ferris:

Connor Ourada - Soccer- Gonzaga

Natt Beaulauvier - Soccer - St. Martin's

Christian Olson - Football - Montana Tech

Cole Karstetter - Football - EWU 

Kendall Rew - Football - Azusa Pacific (CA)

Michele Strauss - Softball - SCC

Shelby Kantner- Volleyball & Track - UPS

Katie Bischoff - Soccer - Whitworth


Shadle Park:

Peighton DeVon- Volleyball- University of Nevada-Reno

Evan Douglas- Baseball- Spokane Falls Community College

Berkley Fisher- Softball- Spokane Falls Community College


North Central: 

Kai Wilmot - Cross Country - Wisconsin

Coralyn Kinney - Soccer - University of Great Falls

Jimmy Weigel - Football - Montana Tech

Quinn Zerba - Football - Montana Tech

Marcus Saugen - Football - EWU


Mt. Spokane:

Ashlee Pedersen - Soccer - University of Montana

Shannon McReynolds - Soccer - Grand Canyon University

Stu Stiles - Football - EWU

Drew Rasmussen - Baseball - Oregon State 

Sierra Bezdicek - Golf - Northern Arizona 

Austin Ziegler - Soccer - George Fox University

Christine Renzini - Swimming - Idaho

Shania Lawrence - Softball - Blue Mountain CC

Hannah Steele - Softball - Yakima Valley CC

Jakob Leavey - Baseball - Walla Walla CC


Mead:

Shea Brown - Soccer - University of Texas – Pan Am

Martha Heaps - Soccer - Concordia University

Maliaa Maack - Soccer - University of New Mexico – Highlands

Kara Marbury - Soccer - University of Illinois

Daniel Munoz - Baseball - Shoreline Community College

Shayna Sexton - Soccer - Bellevue College


Lewis and Clark:

Jessica Kennedy - Soccer - University of Portland

Sienna Tanner - Soccer - Whitworth University 

Chloe Williams - Soccer - EWU

East Valley:

Gage Burland - Baseball - Gonzaga


Freeman:

Jordan Rose - Football - Idaho

Kaela Straw - Volleyball - Idaho

Brooke Riddle - Volleyball - Northwest University

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