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PHOTOS: National Signing Day 2014

1:44 PM, Feb 8, 2014   |    comments
  • Signing day ceremony at Arvada West high on Wednesday morning.
  • Payton Miller (left) of Golden High School will run track for the University of Norte Dame.
  • Zachary Pastorius of Douglas County High will play football at Hillsdale College in Michigan.
  • Mullen's Annie Schindler has signed to play lacrosse at Johns Hopkins.
  • Mullen High lacrosse teammates Nicholas Phillips (Denver) and Brady Brehm (High Point) have signed their letter of intent to play in college.
  • Haley Lorentz of Wheat Ridge High will play softball at Lamar.
  • Gateway High's Lance Savage Jr. has signed to play football at Paine College in Savannah, Ga.
  • Christian Johnson at Windsor High School signs to play soccer at Eastern New Mexico University.
  • Eric Trevenna of D'Evelyn High has signed with Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University in Arizona to play soccer.
  • Casey Lewis of Arvada West will run track at Western State.
  • Trey Jarvis of Standley Lake will be a cadet and play football at the Air Force Academy.
  • Valor Christian had a big ceremony Wednesday morning for all of its athletes who signed national letters of intent to play in college.
  • Kylie Barnard of Legacy High will play softball at CU-Colorado Springs.
  • Christian Johnson of Windsor High signed to play soccer at Eastern New Mexico University.
  • Estes Park's Forrest Beesley will swim at UNLV.
  • Northglenn's Kelsey Hernandez has signed to play softball at Trinidad State Junior College.
  • Remi Martin of Heritage High School has signed to play women's ice hockey at Penn State.
  • Jonah Mitchell of Gateway High will play football at Western State.
  • ThunderRidge High had a formal signing day ceremony scheduled for Wednesday afternoon at their auditorium.
  • Valor Christian had a big ceremony Wednesday morning for all of its athletes who signed national letters of intent to play in college.
  • Delaney McGinn of Arvada West High School will play softball at Regis University.
  • Wheat Ridge High's Tori Sassolino signed to play softball at Northeastern Junior College.
  • Charlotte Adkins of Valor Christian will be on the rowing crew at Alabama.
  • Lauren Yacks, a senior at Rock Canyon High, will play softball at Findlay (Ohio) University. She is joined here by her sister (Camryn) and Mom and Dad (Audra and Chris).
  • Valor Christian's Christian McCaffrey will go on to play football at Stanford.
  • Nicole Kauffman, Fort Morgan High School, Tulane University, Track and Field to compete in the Hammer Throw
  • Kent Denver's Abby Godfrey will play lacrosse at Elon University.
  • Signing day ceremony at Arvada West high on Wednesday morning.
  • Two soccer players from Englewood High have signed letters of intent to play at Midland University: Elijah Daughtry and Kadie Kavinsky.
  • Mullen athletes Reid Stables, J.K. Scott III and Jacob Stevens enjoy the signing day ceremony Wednesday.
  • Hannah Cantwell from Heritage High signed to play volleyball with Southern Nazarene University in Oklahoma.
  • Signing Day ceremony at Rock Canyon High on Wednesday.
  • Christian Myers of Rock Canyon High School signed to play baseball at UNLV.
  • Veronica Walker of Prairie View High has signed to play soccer at Wayne State in Nebraska.
  • Prairie View High's Caleb Baumgartner will play soccer at Adams State.
  • Elise Cranny-Stanford of Niwot will run track and cross country at Stanford.
  • Mullen High's Jenn Belz has signed to be a part of the rowing team at Stanford.
  • Thompson Valley seniors Blake Firchau, left, will play football at Black Hills State; Hayley Berg, middle, will run at Louisiana Tech; and Aidan Gipson, right, will compete at Northeastern Jr. College.
  • Mountain Range High's Kayla Staab will play softball at Regis University.
  • Mullen's Annie Schindler will play lacrosse at Johns Hopkins and Jen Belz will row for Stanford.
  • Highlands Ranch High's Hannah Coburn, right, is joined by her coach Jo Walker. Coburn will play field hockey at Bryant University.
  • Columbine High signing day included Baylie Schmitz, Bernard McDondle, Jordyn Merkel, Kyle Lopez, Donnie Ortiz, Isaiah Montoya and Dillon Reno.
  • Pomona High had six student-athletes sign their national letter of intent Wednesday morning at a ceremony at the school.
  • Signing day at Arapahoe High had plenty of student-athletes signing their letter of intent.
  • Mullen's Amanda Martinez committed to Regis University for cross country and Bridget Schaefer committed to Western State for soccer.
  • Payton Humpal of Fort Collins High earned a basketball scholarship to South Dakota School of Mines and Technology.
  • Sean LaVine from Fairview High has committed to play lacrosse at the Air Force Academy. Sean was accepted to AFA and will report in June 2014.
  • Frankie Keller Twigg of Estes Park High signed to play football for Western State.
  • Noor Shongolo, center, of Adams City High will play football at Colorado State-Pueblo.
  • Erynn Keeney from Rocky Mountain Lutheran High School in Federal Heights signs with Hastings (Neb.) College to play volleyball.
  • Pomona High's Zach Bond will play football at Colorado State.
  • Pomona High had six student-athletes sign their national letter of intent Wednesday morning at a ceremony at the school.
  • Three Pomona football players will continue on in college: Kendall Ryan (UNC), Tyler Weir (South Dakota State) and Zach Bond (CSU).
  • Pomona High had six student-athletes sign their national letter of intent Wednesday morning at a ceremony at the school.
  • Olivia Knox of Regis Jesuit High School has committed to play soccer at the University of Tennessee.
  • Wyatt Schrepfer of Hoehne will play football at Colorado Mines.
  • Mountain Vista High's Ashlee Johnson as committed to run cross country and track at the U.S. Coast Guard Academy.
    
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