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COLLEGE-BOUND: TJ honors seniors who will play next year

Thomas Jefferson High School honored all the seniors who will be playing sports in college, starting in the fall, at a ceremony at the school May 30. In total, 21 student-athletes have already inked national letters of intent.  - Courtesy photo
Thomas Jefferson High School honored all the seniors who will be playing sports in college, starting in the fall, at a ceremony at the school May 30. In total, 21 student-athletes have already inked national letters of intent.
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Thomas Jefferson High School honored all the seniors who will be playing sports in college, starting in the fall, at a ceremony at the school May 30. In total, 21 student-athletes have already inked national letters of intent.

The honored students were (pictured above), back row, from left to right, Danny Park (basketball, Wheaton College), Daryon James (basketball, Highline Community College), Katie Jackson (softball, Bellevue College), Sean Dolan (baseball, Centralia College), Matthew Cruz (soccer, St. Martin's University), Jordan Price (baseball, Olympic College), McKay Owsley (soccer, Yavapai College), Isidro Prado-Huerta (soccer, Highline), Reno Whitcomb (softball, Green River Community College) and Kyle Dougherty (football, College of the Siskiyous). Front row, Travis McCauley (baseball, Edmonds Community College), Cheryl Hong (track, Seattle Pacific), Josh Duckworth (basketball, Green River), Alexus Song (golf, Seattle University), Luis Alvaro Osornio (soccer, Highline), Montana Pellegrini (track, Air Force Academy) and Tyshawn Webster-Piper (basketball, Green River).

Not Pictured: Nathan Baughman (baseball, Everett Community College), Monica Church (diving, Orange Coast College), Shelby Church (diving, Orange Coast College) and Hunter Henry (baseball, Edmonds).

 

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