Every year, top athletes from high schools around the U.S. sign letters of intent, which are contracts indicating a student’s commitment to play their sport at their respective colleges. While Skyline and Eastlake high schools had their ceremonies on National Letter of Intent Day back in February, along with most high schools across the nation, Eastside Catholic recently held their event on April 12. A total of 15 student athletes will be moving up to compete at the collegiate level.
|Logan Smith||Baseball||Lewis and Clark College|
|Drew Sanidad||Baseball||Hawai’i Pacific University|
|Amari Jackson||Basketball||George Fox University|
|Caiden Bertsch||Cheerleading||University of Michigan|
|Zoe Bachar||Fastpitch||Whitworth University|
|Nehemiah Faleulu||Football||Pacific University, Oregon|
|Dallas Daley||Football||U.S. Air Force Academy|
|Andrew Martorano||Football||Chapman University|
|Hunter Misa||Football||Boise State University|
|Tyler Hill||Football / Lacrosse||Chapman University|
|Nico Ursino||Football / Lacrosse||Chapman University|
|Clay Almgren||Lacrosse||Swarthmore College|
|Katie Treacy||Swimming||Cal Poly, San Luis Obispo|
|Denny Fisher||Track & Field||Emory Univesrity|
|Jonathan Butler||Swimming||Cal Poly, San Luis Obispo|
With Eastside Catholic’s Letter of Intent Day, all student athletes in Sammamish’s high schools have committed to their future college. More athletes could follow as walk-ons after they enroll.
A warm congratulations to all student athletes from our local high schools who intend to continue furthering their passion in both academics and athletics.