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Six students sign letters of intent

Kyerra Snyder, Reporter

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Six students signed their letter of intent today. These students were Halie Jones, Caleb Grill, Adrian Perez, Marissa Llamas, Aiden Campbell and Alexis Cauthon.

Grill, Jones and Campbell all signed to attend D1 colleges.

Grill is going to South Dakota State, Jones is going to University of Texas at Rio Grande Valley and Campbell is going to the University of Arkansas at Little Rock.

Jones said she is very relieved that she knows what she is going to do and that she doesn’t have to worry any longer.

“Signing my life away definitely helps me because now I don’t have to sit there and scramble and wonder what I’m going to do with the next four years,” Jones said.

Perez said he is very excited to see what the next level has to offer him.

“I’m ready,” Perez said. “It feels amazing to go to the next level.”

Campbell said that he is glad the process of recruiting is over.

“I chose this college [University of Arkansas at Little Rock] because I really liked it down there,” Campbell said. “I like the coach, and it is going to be their first year of the program down there. I am glad I get to be a part of that.”

Students and parents attended the signing during En-Cor.

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