Thomas Jefferson High School athletes to sign with colleges

Eight students will continue their playing careers at the next level

Eight student-athletes from Thomas Jefferson High School have signed to continuing their playing careers at the collegiate level.

Thomas Jefferson hosted a signing night on May 31 to honor the students.

Students that signed with colleges were:

• Jeremiah Duckworth, Western Washington University, track

• Bijuan Sanjose Lee, Linfield College (Oregon), football

• Jordan Peeks, Linfield College (Oregon), football

• Maikim J. Fregeso, Linfield College (Oregon), football

• Omari Edwards, Cloud County Community College (Kansas), basketball

• Madison Still, Tacoma Community College, soccer

• Aliyah Ramil, Evergreen State College, soccer

• Skylar Reohr, Highline College, soccer

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