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Fourteen District 833 high school student athletes sign National Letters of Intent

Thirteen district students signed their National Letter of Intent on Wednesday, Nov. 8. These students will participate in inter-collegiate athletics at their selected college or university next year. 

At this initial signing, students voluntarily commit to play their sport for the school they sign on with. The NLI program is managed by the National Collegiate Athletic Association (NCAA) and is governed by the Collegiate Commissioners Association (CCA). The program includes 650 Division I and Division II participating institutions. The NLI is a voluntary program with regard to both institutions and student-athletes. No prospective student-athlete or parent is required to sign the NLI and no institution is required to join the program.

The three East Ridge High School students that signed a National Letter of Intent are:

  • Peyton Bixby – Mens Lacrosse, University of Detroit Mercy
  • Janie Grindland – Volleyball, Michigan Technological University
  • Ella Ratzloff – Volleyball, Rhode Island

The six Park High School students that signed a National Letter of Intent are:

  • Grant Glazier – Mens Lacrosse, Lindenwood University
  • Zakk Morse – Mens Lacrosse, Manhattan College
  • Riley Perryman – Softball, Valley City State University
  • Alayna Silvis – Softball, George Washington University
  • Delaney Young – Softball, Augustana University
  • Molly Wenner – Basketball, Bemidji State University

The four Woodbury High School students that signed a National Letter of Intent are:

  • Amanda Dickmeyer – Softball, Augustana University
  • Rachel Hakes – Girls Basketball, Fairfield University
  • Michael Jones – Boys Basketball, Davidson College
  • Kaitlyn Rocco –  Softball, Northern Kentucky University
  • Lucia Rizzo – Swim & Dive, Iowa State University