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Local student-athletes sign their letter of intent on National Signing Day

98 Student athletes from all over South Orange County took the next step by signing their national letter of intent to play college sports. Here is a list of high school athletes from the area who participated and which colleges they will be attending.

Capistrano Valley:

Trent Houle, wrestling, Chicago (Division III)

Thomas Mordy, cross country/track, Montana (Division I)

Capistrano Valley Christian:

No student-athletes signing today

Dana Hills:

Ian May, baseball, Cal (Division I)

CJ Zahlen, baseball, Washington State (Division I)

Rocco DiFrancesco, baseball, Colorado Mesa (Division II)

Aedan Anderson, baseball, Xavier (Division I)

Garrett Knuf, baseball, Cal Tech (Division III)

Jake Hubbard, lacrosse, Adams State (Division II)

Piper Tago, softball, Idaho State (Division I)

El Toro:

Alejandro Espinoza, baseball, Nebraska Wesleyan (Division III)

Paulette Domingues, cross country/track, Minot State (Division II)

Olivia Reichle, cross country/track, Pomona Pitzer College (Division III)

Madison Templeman, cross country/track, Concordia (Division II)

Anthony Kennen, cross country/track, Vanguard (NAIA)

Stacey Dawes, volleyball, Hope International (NAIA)

Antonia Kostoff, tennis, Ottawa Arizona (NAIA)

Giulio Ferandes, football, San Diego (Division I, FCS)

JSerra Catholic:

Mason Murphy, football, USC (Division I)

Jordan Washington, football, Dartmouth (Division I, FCS)

Jaden Genova, football, Army (Division I)

Laguna Beach:

No student-athletes signing today

Laguna Hills:

Bella Maceranka, swimming/diving, South Dakota (Division I)

Scotty Kato, baseball, Cal State San Bernardino (Division II)

Melanie Harradine, soccer, Cal Poly Pomona (Division II)

Mitch Leigber, football, Stanford (Division I)

Mission Viejo:

Scott Young, baseball, Cal State Northridge (Division I)

Michael Pollard, baseball, Cal State Bakersfield (Division I)

Mavin Aurelio-Anderson, football, Cal (Division I)

Micah Carreon, football, Northern Arizona (Division I, FCS)

Peter Costelli, football, Utah (Division I)

Ryder Fitch, football, Air Force (Division I)

Easton Garcia, football, Oregon State (Division I)

John Hand, football, Arizona (Division I)

Jaquez Robertson, Northern Colorado (Division I, FCS)

Tyson Scott, football, Western Colorado

Karina Barkmeyer, soccer, San Jose State (Division I)

Jayde Holley, soccer, UC Davis (Division I)

Olivia Birkinshaw, softball, Virginia Tech (Division I)

Rachel Coleman, softball, Manhattanville College (Division III)

Abygail Vieira, softball, Clemson (Division I)

Abigail Newell, volleyball, Colorado Christian (NAIA)

Sara Pettinger, track and field, Cal (Division I)

San Clemente:

Aidan Coulson, football, Arizona Christian (NAIA)

Cole Batson, football, Boston College (Division I)

James Bohls, football, Arizona (Division I)

Bentley Redden, football, BYU (Division I)

Evan Keegan, football, Benedictine (NAIA)

Noa Serpa, football, Concordia Wisconsin (Division III)

Skylar Ruffner, diving, Florida State (Division I)

Alexandra Higginson, water polo, Cal (Division I)

Kelsie Yamato cross country/track and field, UC San Diego (Division I)

Noah Keelin, volleyball, USC (Division I)

Cade Martin, volleyball, UC Irvine (Division I)

Kobe Kiley, volleyball, Concordia Irvine (Division I)

Dana Hillis, volleyball, Long Beach State (Division I)

Hannah Hillis, volleyball, Franklin Pierce (Division II)

Kate Wade, volleyball, UMass-Dartmouth (Division III)

Ashley Haas, volleyball, DePauw (Division III)

Kylie Pitzak, beach volleyball, Utah (Division I)

Stella Copeland, swimming, Arizona (Division I)

Krya Stewart, basketball, Simon Fraser (Division II)

Tanner Hall, lacrosse, Concordia Irvine (Division II)

Nathan Beckley, baseball, San Francisco State (Division II)

San Juan Hills:

Leah Carey, softball, Brown (Division I)

Lola Fuhs, water polo, Mount Saint Mary’s (Division I)

Jack Johnson, swimming, Augustana (Division III)

Chloe Klien, lacrosse, Scripps College (Division III)

Macey Leonard, soccer, Brown (Division I)

Emma McChristie, soccer, Humboldt State (Division II)

Santa Margarita Catholic:

Connor Mautino, soccer, Lake Erie College (Division II)

Lauren Epping, soccer, Chapman (Division III)

Taylor McKindley, soccer, Allegheny College (Division III)

Zack Morris, football, Colorado School of Mines (Division II)

Keanu Rebuldela-Kama, football, Army (Division I)

Drew Sulick, football, Cal Poly (Division I, FCS) (Preferred walk-on)

St. Margaret’s Episcopal:

Nicholas Ostlund, football, Penn (Division I, FCS)

Jackson Adelman, cross country, Williams College (Division III)

Bryce Chan, soccer, NYU (Division III)


Connor Brennan, swimming, Georgetown (Division I)

Emma Lee, swimming, Rhode Island (Division I)

Illeey Losey, swimming, Arizona State (Division I)

Atisha Phetbenjakul, swimming, Navy (Division I)

Grace McIntosh, volleyball, UC Santa Barbara (Division I)

Stevie Shaughnessy, volleyball, San Francisco State (Division II)

Adam Roldan, baseball, UC Riverside (Division I)

Kate Blunt, softball, UCLA (Division I)

Trabuco Hills:

Abigail Klinge, track and field, Northeastern (Division I)

Connor Burke, cross country, Arizona Christian (NAIA)

Jayden Perry, soccer, UCLA (Division I)

Makenna Potter, soccer, Boise State (Division I)

Sacha Porter, soccer, Lesley University (Division III)

Samantha Salinas, soccer, Redlands (Division III)

Makaela McComas, volleyball, East Stroudsburg (Division II)

Julia Ng, volleyball, UC Davis (Division I)

Alexa Corrao, water polo, Salem University (Division II)

Ryan Faulks, baseball, San Diego State (Division I)

Mason Molina, baseball, Texas Tech (Division I)

Danny Suarez, baseball, UC Irvine (Division I)

Hunter Thompson, golf, Barry University (Division II)

Carson Kaminski, track and field, Wyoming (Division I)

Ryan was born and raised in Dana Point went to Dana Hills High School. He graduated from Sacramento State University with a BA in Journalism. Throughout his career as a sports journalist, he has covered high schools, colleges, and professional teams. After working for multiple newspapers in as many states, he came to the conclusion that what he really wanted was to make sure the high schools in his hometown area got the sports coverage they deserved. Follow him on Twitter @rskuhn

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