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Photos and Text by Steve Breazeale 

The sheer number of students participating in San Clemente High School’s National Letter of Intent signing day ceremony on Feb. 3 was impressive.

Just about every one of the school’s athletic programs was represented by 24 student-athletes, who lined up side-by-side outside in the school’s center pavilion to be recognized by their peers and families.

Although only student-athletes for football, boys soccer, girls soccer and girls water polo could sign their National Letter of Intent today, the school honored other athletes who had signed in the fall.

Here is a list of the 24 Triton student-athletes that will continue their careers at the next level:

Baseball: Neil (Andre) Pallante, UCI; Tanner Brubaker, Cal-Baptist Univ.

Swimming: Savannah DuPuis, BYU.

Water Polo: Amber McCutcheon, San Jose State Univ.; Alaina Cousineau, USC.

Volleyball: Cali Hoye, Univ. of Iowa; Marie Paris, UC San Diego; Camille Davey, Univ. of Nevada; Aaron Strange, USC.

Lacrosse: Austin Boyer, Cleveland State.

Football: Tucker Scott, Univ. of Utah; Donté Harrington, Boise State Univ.; Cole Fotheringham, Univ. of Utah; Kevin Kling, Rose-Hulman Institute of Technology.

Diving: Haley Farnsworth, Stanford; Caleb Dixon, USC.

Rowing: Savannah Hapsic, Northeastern Univ.

Soccer: Kenneth Higgins, Cal Poly SLO; Kira Nemeth, Westmont.

Softball: Melody Forstie, Cal-State San Marcos.

Golf: Isabella Seeburger, Univ. of Santa Clara; Olga Mihalik, College of St. Rose

Tennis: Jay Yeam, Claremont McKenna.

Track and Field: Connor Dunne, Univ. of Colorado.

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  • To: Steve Breazeale

    Great slideshow, but how disappointing to not see a photo of my daughter, Olga Mihalik. Since this was a slideshow you would think you could have featured every student. This may be petty, but hurtful to the few students you didn’t feature.

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