Ten SK athletes sign letters of intent

By SARA MILLER

Kitsap News Group

Ten South Kitsap athletes (with the exception of one who is a Running Start student) signed their letters of intent to play college sports after graduating in June.

Those athletes are (left to right in the photo above):

Connor Morris – Track &Field

Montana State, Bozeman, Mont. Big Sky Conference (NCAA) Division 1. “Bobcats”

Nolan Van Amen – Track &Field

University of Pennsylvania, Philadelphia. Ivy League Division 1. “Quakers”

Kayla Gray – Cross Country &Track

The Master’s University, Santa Clarita, Calif. NAIA Golden State Athletic Conference. “Mustangs”

Eva Knowles – Cross Country &Track

U.S. Naval Academy, Annapolis, Md. NCAA Division 1. “Bill the Goat”

Nathanial Rowan – Baseball

Olympic College, Bremerton. Northwest Athletic Conference (NWAC). “Rangers”

Conner Seaton – Baseball

Lower Columbia College, Longview. Northwest Athletic Conference (NWAC). “Red Devils”

Jerrit Chenier – Baseball

Wenatchee Valley College, Wenatchee. Northwest Athletic Conference (NWAC). “Knights”

Nick Wilson – Baseball

Skagit Valley College, Mt.Vernon. Northwest Athletic Conference (NWAC). “Cardinals”

Angel Prewitt – Softball

Bellevue College, Bellevue. Northwest Athletic Conference (NWAC). “Bulldogs”

Spencer Dahlke – Baseball (not pictured)

Wenatchee Valley College, Wenatchee. Northwest Athletic Conference (NWAC). “Knights”

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