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Athletes sign national letters of intent to play sports in college

Here is a list of local athletes who have signed their college letters of intent to play a sport.


CBC
Basketball
Caleb Love to North Carolina
Baseball
Eric Loomis to Missouri State
Cannon Hritz to Regis

Chaminade
Basketball
Luke Kasubke to Kansas State
Swimming
Andrew O’Brien to Duke
Wrestling
Sam Schultz to Drury

Eureka
Cross Country
Courtney Reid to Lindenwood University
Sydney Reid to Lindenwood University
Softball
Kileigh Grisham to Southeast Missouri State University
Field hockey
Jensen Kitrel to Bellarmine University
Volleyball
Hannah Feltz to Missouri S&T
Softball
Madyson Pogue to Southern Arkansas University
Volleyball
Alyce Koch to University of Wisconsin-Whitewater
Soccer
Jillian Oligschlaeger to Illinois Tech
Swimming
Lily Harrell to Midland University
Ciara Hynes to Wisconsin-Whitewater

Incarnate Word Academy
Soccer
Emma Cadwell to Greenville
Faith Montandon to Purdue Fort Wayne
Hanna Jones to Illinois State
Softball
Nikki Abbott to East Central Community College
Basketball
Kate Rolfes to Maryville University
Swimming
Ellie Wehrmann to University of Kansas

Athletes at Incarnate Word Academy sign their letters of intent to play a sport in college.

Lafayette
Girls Volleyball
Allison Beaton to Truman State University
Margaret Rogan to Fairfield University
Girls Volleyball (Indoor & Beach)
Brooke Borgmeyer to Spring Hill College
Boys Basketball
Ryan Campbell to Maryville University
Boys Swimming
Mihir Chandra to IUPUI -Indiana University – Purdue University Indianapolis
Field Hockey
Lauren Marshall to Bellarmine University
Girls Soccer
Megan Nemnich to University of Memphis
Natalie Phelps to University of Illinois Urbana-Champaign
Rachel Martin to Maryville University
Baseball
Ty Stauss to Southeast Missouri State University
Girls swimming
Claire Van Biljon to Missouri State University
Boys Lacrosse
Braeden Williams to High Point University

Marquette
Softball
Mackenzie Gareau to Austin Peay State University
Baseball
Matthew Arnold to St. Charles Community College
Ian Lohse University of Missouri
Hunter Miller St. Charles Community College
Ben Swift to North Central Missouri College
Rowing
Julia Walsh to Clemson University
Girls soccer
Rose Behrman to Coastal Carolina University

MICDS
Field hockey
Mia Duchars to University of Louisville
Molly Christopher to Villanova University
Reagan Calcari to University of New Hampshire
Baseball
Gus Pulos to College of the Holy Cross
Gymnastics
Anna Speller to Southeast Missouri State University

Josh Smith, the MICDS athletic director, speaks before five Rams sign their college letters of inent.

Parkway Central
Basketball
Jayla Kelly to University of Missouri
Claudia Cooke to Kenyon College
Boys soccer
Peyton Hanser to Webster University
Baseball
Anthony Klein to Southeast Missouri State University

Parkway North
Track and field
Alicia Burnett to Texas A&M

Parkway West
Girls soccer
Ally Sewester to Truman State University
Anika Zepeda to Hiram College
Baseball
Tyler Gilmore to Baseball
Jason Reilly to Westminster College
Tommy Mohan to McKendree University
Boys soccer
Holden Potter to Truman State University
Track and field
Brady Sweet to Missouri Baptist University


Priory
Golf
Peter Weaver to Villanova
Lacrosse
Ethan Hare to Illinois Wesleyan

Ethan Hare, signed with Illinois Wesleyan University in Bloomington, Illinois, to play lacrosse. With him are his parents, Brady and Yvonne Hare.
Priory’s Pete Weaver along with his parents, Earle and Becky Weaver, signed a letter to play college golf at Villanova.

St. Joseph’s Academy
Golf
Grace Aromando to Seminole State College
Field hockey
Kathryn Maxim to Central Michigan University
Beach Volleyball
Brooke Plessner to Missouri State University
Soccer
Emily Puricelli to Saint Louis University
Holly Schneider to Lindenwood University
Lacrosse
Catey Roux to Rockhurst University

Westminster Christian Academy
Baseball
Brennan Orf to Southern Illinois University Edwardsville
Luke Engelmeyer to Maryville University
Softball
Lauren Gates to Southern Illinois University Edwardsville
Reese Earleywine to University of Southern Mississippi

Four Westminster Christian Academy athletes signed their letters of intent to play a sport in college.
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