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February 3, 2010 at 1:06 PM

Video: Signing Day at Eastlake High School

It was a big day for Eastlake student athletes. Six girls soccer players: Alexandra Beahan (Washington), Courtney Pixler (Alabama), Lindsey Elston (Washington), Emily Hurd (Penn State), Candice Osei-Agyemang (Pennsylvania), Kellie Shreve (Gonzaga) signed to play at Division I schools.

Running Back Cameron Hunt signed to play football at Illinois State, while Austin Reifeis signed with Montana.

Football player Michael Maguire signed with Minnesota Duluth. Trent Butler (Montana Tech) will also play in college.

Boys soccer player Bradley McIntosh (UCLA) also signed.

Girls basketball player Alyssa Charlston also attended the ceremony. She signed during the early signing period.

Here is a short video of Wolves athletes signing their letters and an interview with Cameron Hunt:

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