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April 15 marked the opening of the spring period for high school athletes to sign their National Letter of Intent, declaring their college of choice.
On Wednesday, several San Juan Capistrano high schools held signing day events for their student-athletes. Check back to www.thecapistranodispatch.com for more information and photos on other area high schools.
St. Margaret’s Episcopal
Six student-athletes took part in a signing day event. Tartans boys lacrosse player Ryan Harnisch (University of Denver) was the lone athlete who sent in his NLI, although the school announced that five others are verbally committed to programs and have been accepted into their colleges, including:
Ashley Kang–Diving, University of Chicago
Ryan O’Hare–Football, Kenyon College
Patrick Fallon–Lacrosse, Skidmore COllege
Jake Bradley–Baseball, Willamette University
Nick Iavarone–Lacrosse, Whittier College
Capistrano Valley Christian
The Eagles baseball team had four players sign their NLI’s on April 15, including:
Tucker Hathaway–Midland University
Nash Hathaway–Midland University
Carson Canada–Midland University
DJ Sutorius–Coppin State
Senior Aaron Corral was an early baseball signee with the University of New Mexico. Josh Anderson, a kicker and punter for the football team, also signed earlier this year with Olivet Nazarene University.