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Lawrence high school athletes sign national letters of intent

February 3, 2011


Four FSHS players sign with Baker

Four Free State High football players signed national letters of intent on Wednesday to play football at Baker University.

Justin McCandless, Cale Nieder, Dylan Perry and Preston Schenck each signed and faxed their paperwork to Baker. Inclement weather postponed the ceremony to 7:30 a.m. today in the FSHS commons area. Matt Cole will also sign a letter of intent with Coffeyville.

Free State’s Gonzalez inks with Western Ill.

Free State High senior Diego Gonzalez signed a national letter of intent on Wednesday to play soccer at Western Illinois.

Gonzalez, a two-time all state performer, four-year letterwinner and Free State’s all-time leading scorer, will have a ceremony at 3:30 p.m. on Friday in the FSHS library to celebrate his signing.

Veritas senior Cadue signs with Highland

Veritas Christian School’s Jerrid Cadue signed a letter of intent on Wednesday to play football at Highland Community College.

He was originally scheduled to sign his letter in front of friends and family, but inclement weather postponed the ceremony to 8 a.m. on Friday at Veritas.

Cadue, 6-feet, 255 pounds, will likely play on the defensive line or at linebacker at Highland.

LHS baseball trio to sign

Three Lawrence High baseball players will sign their letters of intent today in the LHS library: Aaron Gile (infielder, Barton County Community College); Alex Laughlin (pitcher, Johnson County Community College); and Ross Johnson (outfielder, Hutchinson Community College).


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