Eleven Mount Si Wildcats athletes announced where they would be competing in collegiate athletics next year during a signing-day ceremony on May 1 at Mount Si High School. Photo courtesy of Carolyn Malcolm

Eleven Mount Si Wildcats athletes announced where they would be competing in collegiate athletics next year during a signing-day ceremony on May 1 at Mount Si High School. Photo courtesy of Carolyn Malcolm

Wildcats partake in signing-day ceremony

Mount Si athletes sign on the dotted line.

  • Thursday, May 2, 2019 1:37pm
  • Sports

A large contingent of 11 Mount Si Wildcats student athletes announced where they would continue their athletic careers at the collegiate level at a signing-day ceremony at 7 a.m. on May 1 at Mount Si High School.

Athletes participating in the spring signing day ceremony consisted of RJ Bell (football-Shasta College), Asa Cheney (hockey-Eastern Washington University), Jared Davies (soccer-Pacific Lutheran University), Chris Haycock (lacrosse-Limestone College), Dylan Ladd (cheer-Boise State University), Murphy McDowell (football-Southern Oregon University), Savanna Samuelson (basketball-Pacific University), Spencer Sprague (cross country/track-George Fox University), Karlie Stewart (track-George Fox University), Jenae Usselman (track-Northwest Christian University) and Elizabeth Ward (cheer-University of Washington).

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