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10 Mountain View athletes sign Letters Of Intent to Play College Ball

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One of the most important days in the lives of high school athletes was today, Wednesday, February 7, 2018 at 9:00 am at Mountain View High School.  It was the 2018 National Signing Day. 

Whether football, wrestling, softball, or volleyball, ten student athletes will celebrate their hard work, determination, and individual successes as each of them sign their letter of intent with their respective college, solidifying their commitment to their future school.

Athlete                                                           Sport                                       College/University

Sean Benke                                         Football                                  NAU or Adams State (Colorado)     

Kai Golden                                         Football                                  New Mexico State                 

Gbara Mene-Bie                                 Football                                 

Tavian Robey                                     Football                                  Colorado State University (Pueblo)            

Samantha Angulo                               Softball          

Ashley Ketchum                                 Softball                                  

Reilly Tidwell                                    Softball                                   Western Oregon University

Alexis Van der Werf                          Softball                                                          

Kendall Deeter                                   Women’s Volleyball              Pima Community College

Anaya Hyman                         Women’s Volleyball              Western Virginia Wesleyan College

About Marana Unified School District

Located in beautiful Northwest Tucson, the Marana Unified School District is an integral part of the community and takes pride in knowing it’s one of the reasons families choose to live in the area. Marana Unified School District provides a diverse educational experience for the 21st century learner by incorporating computer science, technology, flexible learning environments, and collaborative furniture, into comprehensive, relevant and rigorous instruction. Appropriately and nationally certified teachers are committed to teaching the concepts and skills that students need to be successful in college, career, and life. Students benefit from free full-day kindergarten, computer immersion, gifted education, advanced placement, before/after school care, computer based and technological programs, career and technical programs, on-site athletics, extracurricular activities, fine arts, and more that are only offered through the Marana district.  Today, a staff of 1,600 employees serve over 12,200 students in 18 schools. Learn more

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