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Eight San Clemente High School student-athletes took part in an early signing day ceremony on campus on Nov. 9, signing their National Letter of Intent to declare their college of choice.
Athletes competing in certain sports are allowed to sign their NLI in the fall, while other athletes must wait until spring. The school will hold a larger signing day ceremony for all athletes later in the year.
The student-athletes who took part in the fall signing day ceremony compete in a wide range of sports, including volleyball, baseball, water polo, swimming and fencing.
Here are the SCHS student-athletes who signed their NLI last week.
Cassie Stewart (UC Irvine), Kyler Presho (Stanford) and Bryce Curtis (California Baptist University)
Spencer Bramwell (Colorado Mesa University)
Tera Richardson (UC San Diego) and Victoria Reardon (California Baptist University)
Francesca Fedorovsky (Yale University)
Brad Prolo (Brigham Young University)