11 Lions sign to continue their athletic career on National Signing Day

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11 Lions sign to continue their athletic career on National Signing Day

Lions sign their letter of intent to continue their athletic careers at the collegiate level. Student-Athletes will be heading to schools all around the country next year.

Lions sign their letter of intent to continue their athletic careers at the collegiate level. Student-Athletes will be heading to schools all around the country next year.

Brittany Park

Lions sign their letter of intent to continue their athletic careers at the collegiate level. Student-Athletes will be heading to schools all around the country next year.

Brittany Park

Brittany Park

Lions sign their letter of intent to continue their athletic careers at the collegiate level. Student-Athletes will be heading to schools all around the country next year.

 

In conjunction with the National Collegiate Athletic Association, eleven student-athletes at West Linn High School decided to continue their athletic career on National Signing Day onto the collegiate level.

These lions signed their letter of intent to compete at their universities next year for their respective sports.

 

Men’s Basketball: Payton Pritchard, (University of Oregon)

Baseball: Will Matthiessen, (Stanford University)

Women’s Swimming: Laura Laderoute, (University of Houston)

Women’s Lacrosse: Natalie Byrne, (University of Southern California), Hope Murray, (Central Michigan University)

Men’s Lacrosse: Colin Squires, (University of Denver), Ryan Klose, (Lehigh University), Dean Swanson, (Merrimack College), Jacob Taylor, (Westminster College)

Men’s Cross Country: Roman Ollar, (United States Military Academy), Grayson Ollar, (University of Idaho)

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