Seniors sign letters of intent

Seniors Marley Richter, Alena Litzel, Grace Frericks, Avery Fleshner, Trey Campbell, Alivia Bronner and Sarah Albaugh recently signed the national letters of intent. The national letters of intent show the schools that they are planning on going to compete in and the respective sports that they will play.

Richter plans to go to Iowa Western majoring in physical education playing golf. Litzel plans to major in criminal justice at Hawkeye Community College playing soccer. Frericks plans to major in business and nutrition at the University of Kentucky and participate in swimming. Fleshner plans to major in education at Hawkeye Community College playing soccer. Campbell plans to major in movement and exercise science at the University of Northern Iowa playing basketball. Bronner plans to major in education at the University of Northern Iowa playing volleyball, and Albaugh plans to major in exercise science at Mount Mercy University playing basketball. 

Lizle said that her original plan was to go into the military, but she was offered “to play soccer with a very well-rounded college team” and is considering enlisting into the military after college. Litzle said, “I was first introduced to the assistant coach at Hawkeye through keeper training during my club soccer season. He offered me an opportunity to practice with them to see if I would be interested in playing for his team. I took the offer because why not they were a local soccer team and I was familiar with the coaches and most of the players. Getting a chance to attend one of the Hawkeye practices showed me that they have a community that I really wish to be a part of. Signing on to play for Hawkeye may not seem like a big deal especially for a sport that doesn’t quite get a lot of attention from our high school, but I know that when playing for this team I will give 110 percent and push myself and go as far as I can with this wonderful program.”

Bronner plans on going to UNI for education, however the type of education is still undecided, she said. “Working hard is one of the main things I believe that have helped me receive this honor. Playing off-season volleyball has also helped me,” Bronner said.

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