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UPDATE: Local Prep Stars Commit to College Programs

Darby Santos signed a letter of intent to play volleyball at Lewis Clark State on Wednesday. (Don Santos) Darby Santos signed a letter of intent to play volleyball at Lewis Clark State on Wednesday. (Don Santos)
Darby Kolar, from Post Falls, intends to play softball at Idaho State in Pocatello next season (Jim Kolar) Darby Kolar, from Post Falls, intends to play softball at Idaho State in Pocatello next season (Jim Kolar)
Mt. Spokane's Kennadie Clute (left) and Brooke Reilly (right) signed letters of intent Wednesday morning. (Photo: SWX) Mt. Spokane's Kennadie Clute (left) and Brooke Reilly (right) signed letters of intent Wednesday morning. (Photo: SWX)
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UPDATE: Below is a list of high school athletes who have signed letters of intent to play sports at collegiate programs.


(Name-High School-College-Sport)

Girls
Madison Wright – Gonzaga Prep – Southern Utah – Basketball
Kayleigh Valley – University – Montana – Basketball
Brooke Reilly – Mt. Spokane – Idaho – Basketball
Addisyn Bursch – University – North Carolina State – Swimming
Kennadie Clute – Mt. Spokane – Montana State – Volleyball
Jade  Redmon – Mead – Eastern Washington – Basketball
Karlee Wilson – Lewiston – Idaho – Basketball
Kelsey Moos – Reardan – Arizona State – Basketball
Mackenzie McPhee – Mead – Regis University – Basketball
Darby Santos – Shadle Park – Lewis Clark State – Volleyball
Hallie Gennett – Post Falls – Sacramento State – Basketball
Taylor Ellingsen – Mead – Washington State – Volleyball
Dani Failor – Post Falls – Army - Basketball
Amy Hasenoehrl - Lewiston - Idaho - Golf
Dara Kolar - Post Falls - Idaho State - Softball
Kaycee Hurt - Shadle Park - Regis University - Basketball

Boys:
Brett Bailey – University – San Diego – Basketball
Brandon Gfeller – Colfax – Montana – Basketball
Alex Marcinkowski – Gonzaga Prep – Oregon - Tennis

 

 



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Wednesday marked the early signing period for high school athletes to declare their intentions for college next season, with several Spokane-area teens sending in letters of intent to their respective future programs.

In basketball, Gonzaga Prep's Madison Wright signed a letter to play at Southern Utah next season. Kayleigh Valley, from University High, committed to Montana. Mt. Spokane's Brooke Reilly is headed to Moscow to play basketball for the Idaho Vandals.

Brett Bailey, also from University, signed a letter to play basketball for the University of San Diego. He is the reining MVP of the Greater Spokane League and the first All-State player to join the USD Toreros.

In other sports, Olympic Trials swimmer Addisyn Bursch, from University High, will join the North Carolina State swim team. Mt. Spokane's Kennadie Clute will play volleyball at Montana State. And Gonzaga Prep's Alex Marcinkowski committed to play men's tennis at the University of Oregon.

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