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February 4, 2015 at 6:46 PM

National Signing Day: Tahoma

Thirteen athletes signed at Tahoma, including six baseball players. Daniel Nist and Jake Lambro are headed to Western Nevada Community College and Jake Malone to Edmonds Community College. Derek Browne will stay super local (Tacoma Community College) while Grant DeLappe is headed north to Bellevue College. Trey Reinhard is going to Vancouver, Washington, to play baseball at Clark College.

The Bears have two golfers headed to Grand Rapids Community College: Keslie Rock and Cedar Bowman. For girls soccer, Taylor Clarin (University of Pacific) and Cara Scammon (Azusa Pacific University) signed national letters of intent. Maddie Scott is headed to Florida for softball and Emily Bishop will play at Pierce Community College next season.

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