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April 13 marked the day high school athletes competing in certain sports could sign their National Letter of Intent, declaring their college of choice.

Several San Juan Capistrano high schools held Signing Day ceremonies on campus. Here is a list of local athletes that will be playing at the collegiate level, along with their school of choice.

San Juan Hills High School

Katie Camarena, Track and Field, UC Santa Barbara

Capistrano Valley Christian

Spider Adetunji, Basketball, Northwest Nazarene University

St. Margaret’s Episcopal School

Taylor Freitas, Football, Lake Forest College

Payton Fales, Lacrosse, Colby College

Nick Shanks, Lacrosse, Tufts University

Eric Suh, Lacrosse, St. John’s University

JSerra Catholic High School

Lyle Lin, Baseball, Arizona State University

Micah Pries, Baseball, Point Loma Nazarene

Claire Hunn, Golf, Ave Maria

Mary Kaffen, Tennis, Trinity University

Zoe Kaffen, Tennis, Trinity University

Eve Silverman, Volleyball, Chapman University

Maxine Burke, Volleyball, UC Santa Barbara

Adam Meyer, Volleyball, Quincy University

Shane Avera, Football, Northern Colorado

Corey Selenski, Football, University of Arizona

Michael Zabran, Football, Puget Sound University

Avery Williams, Football, Boise State University

Saddleback Valley Christian

Andrew Ashby, Cross Country and Track and Field, Concordia University of Irvine

Editor’s Note: Certain signing day ceremonies included athletes that could not officially sign their NLI’s during the spring signing period but were acknowledged.

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