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Sports Briefs: District athletes ink with area community colleges

Seven seniors at Thomas Jefferson High School signed their letters of intent to compete in athletics next year at various colleges Wednesday night at the school. From left to right, Austin Egerton will play soccer at Highline CC, Jeff Baklund will compete in track and cross country at Seattle U, Justin Lanier will play basketball at Green River CC, Nicole Price will play soccer at Willamette University, Eric Radford will play basketball at the College of the Redlands, Jonny Volland will play football at PLU and Dannielle Whitcomb will run cross country at Highline CC.  - Lacey Printz/For the Mirror
Seven seniors at Thomas Jefferson High School signed their letters of intent to compete in athletics next year at various colleges Wednesday night at the school. From left to right, Austin Egerton will play soccer at Highline CC, Jeff Baklund will compete in track and cross country at Seattle U, Justin Lanier will play basketball at Green River CC, Nicole Price will play soccer at Willamette University, Eric Radford will play basketball at the College of the Redlands, Jonny Volland will play football at PLU and Dannielle Whitcomb will run cross country at Highline CC.
— image credit: Lacey Printz/For the Mirror

• Several Federal Way School District student-athletes have signed letters of intent to compete in the Northwest Athletic Association of Community Colleges (NWAACC), starting in the fall.

The signees include Jefferson’s Cassidy Dewaele (fastpitch, Bellevue CC), Unique Taufa’asau (basketball, Pierce CC), Dannielle Whitcomb (cross country, Highline CC), Cramer Doughty (basketball, Pierce), Katelyn Nugent (volleyball, Green River CC), Justin Lanier (basketball, Green River CC) and Jessica Dilley (cross country, Highline CC).

Signees from Beamer include Ryan Beck (baseball, Centralia CC), Travis Crumb (baseball, Tacoma CC), Vlade Aficiuc (basketball, Tacoma CC) and Kaylah Scott (basketball, Tacoma CC).

Signees from Federal Way include TJ Horsfall (baseball, Pierce CC), Robert Christopher (basketball, Federal Way), Elliot Morris (baseball, Pierce CC) and Ashtin Rigney (soccer, Highline CC).

Decatur’s Rachel Markey will play soccer at Edmonds Community College.

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