Natl. Signing Day roundup for local teams, players

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by KREM.com

KREM.com

Posted on February 6, 2013 at 6:17 PM

Updated Thursday, Feb 7 at 7:31 AM

SPOKANE, Wash. -- Athletes are coming and going from around the area. They finalized college plans Wednesday, as they accepted offers from schools locally and from around the country on National Signing Day 2013.

Below are the local athletes who are moving on to the next level, including future Duck Danny Mattingly from Mead. We also have stories on WSU's latest group, headlined by a four-star QB. On Wednesday Paul Petrino inked his first class, including a Spokane prep star. Meanwhile, Beau Baldwin and the Eags signed a versatile weapon from Spokane in their talented group.

Local players signed with the following schools:

  • Austin Rehkow (Central Valley): Football for U of I
  • Danny Mattingly (Mead): Football for University of Oregon
  • Jake Hoffman (North Central): Football for EWU
  • Langston Ward (Mead): Football for Harvard
  • Chase Collins (Mead): Football for Idaho State
  • Gunnar Kayser (Mead): Football for Montana Tech
  • Jeremiah Hazard (CDA): Football for Idaho State
  • Dariyan Johnston (Ferris): Soccer for WSU
  • Laci Rennaker (Central Valley): Soccer for EWU
  • Natalie Middleton (Central Valley): Soccer for N. Idaho
  • Katy Weisback (Central Valley): Soccer for C. Washington
  • Trevor Tomlinson (Central Valley): Baseball for North State, South Dakota
  • Bailey Bergdahl (Central Valley): Softball for Wenatchee Valley CC
  • Paige Gallaway (Central Valey): Soccer for EWU
  • Damon (Ferris): Discus for University of Wyoming
  • Travis Thorne (Ferris): Cross Country/Track for University of Arizona
  • Emily Ebaugh (North Central): Softball for Bloomfield University
  • Katie Knight (North Central): Cross Country/Track for University of Wash.
  • Brianna Sillivan (North Central): Soccer for Bellevue CC
  • Daniel Whittaker (North Central): Baseball for University of Portland
  • Alyssa Lloyd (Mt. Spokane): Soccer for Idaho
  • Madi Criner (Moscow): Soccer for Idaho

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