Mount Si High seniors who signed letters of intent to play on college teams next year celebrate with their parents on April 18 in the school commons. Left to right, Chloe Cosgrove (University of Montana/Davidson Honors College, cross country/track), Maggie Gunning (Northwest University, soccer), Mia Fowler (Chapman University, soccer), Emma Anderson (Whitman College, volleyball), Riley Buckmaster (Pacific Lutheran University, track and field) and Renee Anderson (Lawrence Technical University, soccer). Julia Crumb (Pacific University, swimming) is not pictured. Photo courtesy of Mount Si High

Mount Si High seniors who signed letters of intent to play on college teams next year celebrate with their parents on April 18 in the school commons. Left to right, Chloe Cosgrove (University of Montana/Davidson Honors College, cross country/track), Maggie Gunning (Northwest University, soccer), Mia Fowler (Chapman University, soccer), Emma Anderson (Whitman College, volleyball), Riley Buckmaster (Pacific Lutheran University, track and field) and Renee Anderson (Lawrence Technical University, soccer). Julia Crumb (Pacific University, swimming) is not pictured. Photo courtesy of Mount Si High

Mount Si senior sports signees

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Mount Si High seniors who signed letters of intent to play on college teams next year celebrate with their parents on April 18 in the school commons. Left to right, Chloe Cosgrove (University of Montana/Davidson Honors College, cross country/track), Maggie Gunning (Northwest University, soccer), Mia Fowler (Chapman University, soccer), Emma Anderson (Whitman College, volleyball), Riley Buckmaster (Pacific Lutheran University, track and field) and Renee Anderson (Lawrence Technical University, soccer). Julia Crumb (Pacific University, swimming) is not pictured. Photo courtesy of Mount Si High

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