Ten SK athletes sign letters of intent

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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