Mt. Si senior quarterback Clay Millen, shown in a game March 12, will play college football at the University of Nevada. Photo courtesy of Calder Productions

Mt. Si senior quarterback Clay Millen, shown in a game March 12, will play college football at the University of Nevada. Photo courtesy of Calder Productions

Mount Si High School news roundup

Student athletes sign on for colleges

This year, 19 Mount Si High School senior athletes accepted invitations to play on college sports teams next year. The students were invited to sign letters of intent, according to a press release from the school.

The following students are listed below, along with their sport and the college they will be playing for:

Evan Bleyer (soccer): Metropolitan State College of Denver (Colorado)

Kevin Corder (baseball): Yakima Valley College

Erik Davies (soccer): University of Redlands (California)

Tyler Disch (baseball): Yakima Valley College

Cameron Ferreri (baseball): Yakima Valley College

Cade Hahn (soccer): George Fox University (Oregon)

Tychon Preston (track/XC): Oregon Institute of Technology

Colby Ramsey (soccer): Whitman College (Washington)

Landon Reynolds (football): Abilene Christian Wildcats (Texas)

Andrew Ross (track/XC): George Fox University (Oregon)

Dawson Schneider (baseball): Yakima Valley College

Sullivan Smith (soccer): Northwest Nazarene University (Idaho)

Paul Talens (track/XC): Gonzaga University (Washington)

Additionally, these MSHS athletes “signed” earlier this year:

Caleb Dalgleish (football): The University of Chicago

Andrew Edson (football): Washington State University

Daniel Harrison (football): Washington State University

Lauren Kirshner (women’s crew): University of Washington

Clay Millen (football): University of Nevada

Cole Norah (football): Washington State University

Mount Si High senior info

A senior parade is planned for 6 p.m. June 12 along Snoqualmie Parkway. The event is being planned by the parents and guardians of Mount Si seniors.

The final day for seniors, along with check out day is on June 16, according to a press release from the district. Graduation will be held two days later on June 18. The celebration will be held in-person at the high school. In order to do this safely, there will be three ceremonies throughout the day at 2 p.m., 4:40 p.m. and 7 p.m. Students must sign up for their preferred ceremony time and can only bring two family members from their household to attend in person with masks and socially distanced. All three ceremonies will be livestreamed. More information is available online at the school’s website.

Two Rivers High School’s graduation ceremony will be held at 5:30 p.m. June 16 at Meadowbrook Interpretive Center. The in-person event will be by invitation only, and seniors may invite five guests from their household. This event will also be livestreamed and recorded, and masks and distancing are also required.

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