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18 Tritons signed their National Letter of Intent on February 6. Photo by Steve Breazeale
18 Tritons signed their National Letter of Intent on February 6. Photo by Steve Breazeale

By Steve Breazeale

A wide range of the athletic programs at San Clemente High School were well represented on February 6 as 18 seniors participated in the school’s National Letter of Intent signing day.

The list of athletes who have committed to play at the NCAA Division I or II level includes: Robbie Stiefel (boys water polo) Air Force Academy; Sydney Fuertes (girls soccer) UC Santa Barbara; Kaylen Sims University of Illinois; Colin McDermott (boys soccer) Air Force Academy; Lucas Yoder (boys volleyball) USC; Makenzie Northrup (girls volleyball) Villanova; Kayleigh Hall (girls tennis) Toledo; Sean Harlow (football) Oregon State; Landon Cook (football) Univ. of Minnesota, Crookston; Gabby McGann (girls basketball) Whitman College; Danielle Mellem (girls soccer) College of Charleston; Sara Kebede (track and field) Tulane; Gage Zerboni (boys soccer) UCLA; Jack Yoder (boys volleyball) USC; Bailey Tanner (girls volleyball) Univ. of Washington; Jordan Riggs (lacrosse) Southwestern Univ.; Bret Miller (football) Univ. of Arizona; Sam Hunter (football) Univ. of Minnesota, Crookston.

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