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Area High School Stars Make College Intentions Known

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Brett Boese, from Shadle Park High School, signed a National Letter of Intent to play at Washington State (Photo: SWX) Brett Boese, from Shadle Park High School, signed a National Letter of Intent to play at Washington State (Photo: SWX)
Lindsay Stockton (center) signed on to play basketball at Montana State (Photo: SWX) Lindsay Stockton (center) signed on to play basketball at Montana State (Photo: SWX)

Several standout prep athletes made their intentions known Wednesday, signing Letters of Intent to play college sports at universities all over the West.

Wednesday marked the first day athletes were allowed to sign with collegiate basketball programs. The signing period ends Nov. 16.

Two players from Spokane's Lewis & Clark High School signed letters. Devyn Galland committed to the University of Oregon, while her teammate, Nakia Arquette signed with the University of Utah.

Gonzaga Prep's Lindsay Stockton, son of NBA legend John Stockton, committed to play basketball at Montana State.

Brett Boese, from Shadle Park High School, signed a Letter of Intent to play basketball at Washington State.

In wrestling, Jordan Rogers, from Mead, has said he will sign with Oklahoma State on Monday. Rogers is the No. 1 ranked 182-pound high school wrestling recruit in the nation.

Sarah Batterton from Northwest Christian School signed on to play volleyball at the Unversity of Tennessee at Chattanooga. And North Central's Samantha Hill committed to Baylor's volleyball program.

Outside of the Spokane area, Idaho coach Don Verlin announced the signing of Ty Egbert from Coulee Dam, Wash. Egbert, 6-8, 200-pounds, plays at Lake Roosevelt High after having started for the Raiders for the past three seasons. ESPNU named him the No. 5 prospect in the state of Washington and the No. 40 recruit in the West.