Spartans make college sports official

Three Spartan athletes recently signed letters-of-intent to compete at the collegiate level.

  • Wednesday, April 19, 2017 11:00am
  • Sports

Three Spartan athletes recently signed letters-of-intent to compete at the collegiate level.

An April 12 ceremony in the Sumner High gymnasium recognized Rhaven Dean (left), who will compete for the track and field program at Eastern Washington University; MichaelAnn Wilson (center), a swimmer who is headed to Northern Colorado University; and Ryleigh Cobb (right), who will compete in both soccer and track and field at Southwestern Oregon Community College.

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