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February 3, 2011 at 12:46 PM

Non-football athletes who signed letters Wednesday

Here is a list of local athletes who signed letters of intent on Wednesday in sports other than football. I’m posting everything I’ve received or could track down over the last week. Feel free to send any updates to the list.

Girls soccer

Madi Barney, Skyline, Central Florida University

Chloe Cross, Bush, Brown

Devon Eckberg, Bothell, Nevada

Cricket Harber, Ballard, Gonzaga

Sarah Klein, Roosevelt, San Diego State

Rebekah Kurle, Kennedy Catholic, University of Portland

Brittanee Randle, Skyline, University of Missouri

Tori Lee, Juanita, Gonzaga

Katherine Mhyre, Lakeside, University of Pennsylvania

Gabriella Rodriguez, Nathan Hale, University of the Incarnate Word

Kiana Tipton, Edmonds-Woodway, University of the Incarnate Word

Jordan Travis, Ballard, Gonzaga

Ava Vogel, Roosevelt, Gonzaga

Jacyln Softli, Eastlake, University of Washington

Kiana Kraft, Kentwood, Seattle University

Randi Mielke, Lake Stevens, St. Martin’s University

Carlin Huegli, Edmonds-Woodway, University of Central Florida

Justine Ponton, Edmonds-Woodway, Seattle Pacific University

Caroline Brawner, Archbishop Murphy, Colgate

Avery Salisbury, Beamer, Boise State

Brooke Gilbert, Glacier Peak, Texas

Malloy Leahy, Glacier Peak, Portland

Kathryn Clayton, Kentridge, Boise State

Katherine Miccile, Kentlake, Western Washington

Amber Woolcock, Tahoma, Humboldt State

Caitlin Plese, Enumclaw, Portland State

Kayla Lipston, Decatur, Central Washington

Ashley Butcher, Bothell, Central Washington

Shannon Schueren, Bothell, Boise State

Sydney Coleman, Auburn Mountainview, Central Washington

Jami Marzano, Eastlake, Central Washington

Taylor Stanley, Kamiak, Central Washington

Kelsey Carlson, Granite Falls, Montana

Kynnedy Mosley, Union, St. Martin’s

Boys soccer

Devin Peterhans, Kennedy Catholic, Seattle University

Michael Rheaume, Seattle Prep, Emory University

Andrew Weakly, Glacier Peak, Villanova

Kyle Olmstead, Skyline, Eckered College

Braxton Griffin, Skyline, Humboldt State University

Jake Bechtel, Skyline, Humboldt State University

Troy Peterson, Beamer, College of Charleston

Brent Campbell, Ballard, Seattle University

Ugo Okoli, Beamer, Wake Forest

Sam Wahl, Seattle Prep, Humboldt State

Eric Baumgardner, Mount Si, Humboldt State

Nathaniel Boatright, Capital, Concordia University

Rodney Greiling, Kentwood, Florida International University

Ryan Herman, Mount Si, Santa Clara University

Glenn Paden, Shorecrest, Oregon State

Nick Palodichuk, Camas, Duke University

Evan Robicheau, Puyallup, Seattle Pacific University

Drew White, Camas, Washington

DeAndre Yedlin, O’Dea, Akron University

Track and field

Kyla Adams, Jefferson, University of North Carolina

Alec Fellows, Edmonds-Woodway, University of Oregon

Haley Jacobson, Issaquah, University of Washington

Quinn Hale, Bellarmine Prep, University of Washington

Meron Simon, Federal Way, Washington

Jaleecia Roland, Federal Way, Washington

Cross country

Minna Fields, Stanwood, Lipscomb University



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