Quantcast

Scores of Tucson-area high school athletes sign letters of inten - KVOA | KVOA.com | Tucson, Arizona

Scores of Tucson-area high school athletes sign letters of intent to play college ball

Posted: Updated:

A number of Tucson-area high school athletes signed letters of intent to play college sports on Wednesday, November 8th "official signing day".  Many more will commit to colleges of their choice over the next few days and weeks.  

Here's a list of athletes we've compiled so far.  (Please feel free to e-mail KVOA's Paul Cicala with your daughter, son, student or family member who signed with a college sports program.  PCICALA@KVOA.COM )  We'll try our best to get everyone listed. Thank you.  

Sabino High School Athletes

Maddie Mariani                University of Michigan   Gymnastics 
Carly Gray                          Regis University                Softball
Gabriella Ramirez             Embry Riddle                     Softball
Taylor Ostrum                   Worcester                           Softball
Tyler Wiltshire                   Minot State                        Baseball

Ironwood Ridge High School Athletes

Softball
Isabel Pacho - University of Arizona
Morgan Reidhead - Salt Lake Community College
Karagan Knowles - Emerson College

Girls Volleyball
Morgan Gappmayer - Northern Arizona University

Canyon del Oro High School

Softball
Ellessa Bonstrom - University of Utah
Stephanie Cota - Jamestown University
Kirsten Garcia - Arizona Christian University
Anya Gonzalez - Syracuse University
Alexis Kaiser - Syracuse University
Mikayla Santa Cruz - Arizona State University

Baseball
Tyler Porter - Central Arizona College

Golf
Jonathan Walters - Western Carolina University

Sunnyside High School

Roman Bravo-Young   (Penn State, wrestler)

WEATHER
Interactive Radar
  • Most Popular StoriesMost Popular StoriesMore>>

  • What are the dusty conditions moving through Tucson?

    What are the dusty conditions moving through Tucson?

    Sunday, June 24 2018 5:48 PM EDT2018-06-24 21:48:32 GMT

    The National Weather Service currently reported dusty conditions moving through the Tucson Metro Area Saturday evening. NWS says this is due to a plume of dust and sand from Sonora Mexico earlier this afternoon.  This plume made it's way into southeast Arizona earlier Saturday evening. 

    The National Weather Service currently reported dusty conditions moving through the Tucson Metro Area Saturday evening. NWS says this is due to a plume of dust and sand from Sonora Mexico earlier this afternoon.  This plume made it's way into southeast Arizona earlier Saturday evening. 

  • Queen of the Night blooms

    Queen of the Night blooms

    Sunday, June 24 2018 1:49 AM EDT2018-06-24 05:49:11 GMT

    For 364 days a year, the Queen of the Night cactus looks like a stick.

    For 364 days a year, the Queen of the Night cactus looks like a stick.

  • N4T Investigators: Court documents show east side homicide suspect's history of abuse

    N4T Investigators: Court documents show east side homicide suspect's history of abuse

    Friday, June 22 2018 9:39 PM EDT2018-06-23 01:39:14 GMT

    The Tucson Police Department identified one of the victims and the suspect in Thursday's deadly shooting on the east side near Houghton and Speedway. N4T investigators dig into the suspect's history. 

    The Tucson Police Department identified one of the victims and the suspect in Thursday's deadly shooting on the east side near Houghton and Speedway. N4T investigators dig into the suspect's history. 

Powered by Frankly

© KVOA.com 2018, KVOA.com
A CORDILLERA COMMUNICATIONS Station
All rights reserved
Privacy Policy, | Terms of Service, and Ad Choices

Can't find something?