Foothill League athletes make college choices official


Across the Santa Clarita Valley, Foothill League athletes from sports ranging from football to equestrian put the pen to the paper and signed his or her National Letter of Intent on Wednesday.

The athletes below have made their college choices official:

Canyon High’s signees, from left to right: Daisy Cardenas, Whittier College, girls basketball; Alyssa Aguilar, CSUN, girls soccer; Angelina Puno, La Verne, girls basketball; Jessica Goodspeed, Santa Clara, Softball; John Elam, Idaho State, boys track and field. Alexis Skorus Neely, not pictured, signed with the University of California for swimming. (Photo courtesy of Canyon High)

Hart High’s signees, from left to right: Adam Osowski, Columbia University, swimming; Nina Hernandez, Willamette University, swimming; Mia Labrador, Chaminade University of Honolulu, Hawaii; Brendan Henry, Whitman College, baseball; Haylee Hall, University of Georgia, equestrian. (Photo courtesy of Hart High)

Saugus High’s signees, from left to right: Daniel Gilmartin, United States Air Force Academy, football; Jared Pane, Linfield College, football; Kaylee Thompson, Humbolt State, cross country/track and field; Kristen Mohrhoff, Westmont College, track and field/cross country; Luke Wilke, New Mexico State University, cross country/track and field. (Photo courtesy of Saugus High)

West Ranch’s signees: Top, from left to right: Madison Leonhardt, William Jessup, girls soccer; Aliyah Satterfield, Pepperdine, girls soccer; Amanda Tarello, Southern Oregon, soccer; Wyatt Eget, Whittier College, football; Jacob Gandara, Calvin University, lacrosse. Bottom, from left to right: Jake Carver, Davidson University, track and field/cross country; Justin Sherfey, UC San Diego, track and field/cross country; Bailey Pate, Brown University, track and field; Adaugo Ojuejiofor, West Point, track and field; Noah Morrow, University of Redlands, tennis; Jennifer Wong, Seattle University, swimming

Tanner Olson, a Saugus swimmer, signed with Texas A&M. Olson was not in attendance at the Cents ceremony because of a swim meet in Arizona.

*Valencia will have a ceremony later in the spring.

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