A bevy of Inglemoor High athletes recently signed their letters of intent to play sports in college next year. They are, from left to right: Ryan Klee – soccer at Pacific Lutheran University; Kim Kramers - track at University of Washington; Christian Barlow – cross country at Hamline University; Hannah Cottnair - track and cross country at University of Puget Sound; Brayden Schultz - track and cross country at Seattle Pacific University; Liam Elias - track and cross country at Goshen College; AJ Baldwin - baseball at Edmonds Community College; Teddy Bishop - baseball at Everett Community College; Zac Tuss - baseball at Carroll University; Riley Garcia – softball at Academy of Art University of San Francisco; and Austin Cummings – football at Willamette University. Not pictured: Kylee Russell – soccer at University of New Mexico; and Kammi Perkins – volleyball at Shoreline Community College. Photo courtesy of Inglemoor High

A bevy of Inglemoor High athletes recently signed their letters of intent to play sports in college next year. They are, from left to right: Ryan Klee – soccer at Pacific Lutheran University; Kim Kramers - track at University of Washington; Christian Barlow – cross country at Hamline University; Hannah Cottnair - track and cross country at University of Puget Sound; Brayden Schultz - track and cross country at Seattle Pacific University; Liam Elias - track and cross country at Goshen College; AJ Baldwin - baseball at Edmonds Community College; Teddy Bishop - baseball at Everett Community College; Zac Tuss - baseball at Carroll University; Riley Garcia – softball at Academy of Art University of San Francisco; and Austin Cummings – football at Willamette University. Not pictured: Kylee Russell – soccer at University of New Mexico; and Kammi Perkins – volleyball at Shoreline Community College. Photo courtesy of Inglemoor High

Inglemoor athletes set for college action

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A bevy of Inglemoor High athletes recently signed their letters of intent to play sports in college next year. They are, from left to right: Ryan Klee – soccer at Pacific Lutheran University; Kim Kramers – track at University of Washington; Christian Barlow – cross country at Hamline University; Hannah Cottnair – track and cross country at University of Puget Sound; Brayden Schultz – track and cross country at Seattle Pacific University; Liam Elias – track and cross country at Goshen College; AJ Baldwin – baseball at Edmonds Community College; Teddy Bishop – baseball at Everett Community College; Zac Tuss – baseball at Carroll University; Riley Garcia – softball at Academy of Art University of San Francisco; and Austin Cummings – football at Willamette University. Not pictured: Kylee Russell – soccer at University of New Mexico; and Kammi Perkins – volleyball at Shoreline Community College. Photo courtesy of Inglemoor High

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