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Tahoma High athletes celebrated on National Letter of Intent signing day | Slideshow

Student-athletes from a variety of sports at Tahoma High celebrated National Letter of Intent signing day Feb. 5 with their classmates, school staff and family.

There were 14 seniors who committed to play collegiate sports next year.

Mackenzie Henke will play soccer at Nevada, Brie Hooks is headed to Colorado to play soccer, while Kaysha Darcy will hit the pitch at University of Idaho, Selina Aguilar and Hayley Warren will play for Shoreline Community College.

Michael Cox will swim for Seattle University.

Fastpitch players Courtney Cloud and Molly Lathrop are heading to Eastern Nebraska and Willamette, respectively, while baseball players Reed Johnson and Troy LaBrie will move on to Tacoma Community College and Gonzaga University, respectively.

Dallas Hayes will play football at Montana State.

Savanna Haverfield will be on the track team at University of Nevada.

Elizabeth Oosterhout will run cross country at Montana State.

Cody Abel will play football at Rochester College.

 

 

 

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