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February 13, 2013

Area students sign letters of intent

MOORE — Several students from Moore high schools signed letters of intent on Feb. 6.

Students from Moore High School that signed on National Signing Day include Kylie Gaither, softball, Southwest Christian; Tianna Gutierrez, softball, Bacone College; Hannah Lynch, softball, Hendrix (Ark.) College; Jazmine White, softball, Northern Oklahoma; Taylor Gretman, golf, St. Gregory’s; Derek Sivertsen, wrestling, Oklahoma Christian; Kenady Maynard, soccer, Mid-America Christian; Cindy Ramos, soccer, Southwestern Oklahoma State; Alex Ballard, swimming, Florida Southern College; and Ethan Birdwell, football, Bethel College.

Students from Westmoore High School that signed on NSD are Josh Morgan, football, East Central; Zack Clark, football, Oklahoma Baptist; Jerritt Moore, football, Northeastern Oklahoma; Maddi Dobbs, soccer, Northeastern State; Cameron Knight, baseball, Butler (Kan.) CC; Jhames West, football, East Central; Addison Staggs, football, Central Oklahoma; and Erin Sanders, softball, Seminole State.

Southmoore High School students that signed on NSD include D.J. Ward, football, Oklahoma; Jackson Stallings, football, Yale; Terrance Bonner, football, East Central; Cody Earp, football, Colorado State-Pueblo; Johnathan Martin, football, Southern Nazarene; Karltrell Henderson, football, Southwestern Oklahoma State; Alyssa Glitzke, soccer, Southern Nazarene; Kenzie Bice, soccer, Oklahoma Baptist; Bobby Pierce, baseball, Ft. Scott (Kan.) CC; Braeden Bradshaw, softball, Seminole State; Eric Koeninger, soccer, Southern Nazarene; Jessica Se, golf, Southwest Christian University; Nick Ward, football, Wofford College; Jake Spradling, football, Northwestern Oklahoma State; and Dapree Carson, football, Arkansas Tech. Students that signed before NSD include Tre Edwards, baseball, Arkansas; Kayla Tucker, basketball, Alabama State; and Cassidy Herbster, golf, Southern Nazarene University. Expected walk-ons include Nick Hardaway, Westmoore, football, Oklahoma.

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