12 Wolverines sign national letters of intent
Several athletes from Truckee High School signed national letters of intent today, May 24, during a ceremony in the school’s gym.
The Wolverines will send 12 student athletes to compete at schools across the country next fall, ranging from Division I down to the community college level.
Fresh off a state record-breaking performance at last week’s state swimming championships in Las Vegas, Cooper de Ryk, followed through on his commitment to Florida State Univiersity, officially signing with the school. De Ryk said he will report to Florida State on June 14.
A trio of Truckee swimmers signed to Division III schools at the ceremony. Megan Burrill will attend Illinois Institute of Technology, Grace Bronstone will head to academically renowned Wellesley College in Massachusetts, and Anna Kates will travel to Oregon to compete for the team at Lewis & Clark College.
A trio of players from Truckee’s state title winning baseball team also signed letters of intent on Thursday. Pitcher Gary Grosjean led the Wolverines from the mound this season, and will take his arm to Division II school, Upper Iowa University. Tyler Ferrera will bring his clutch hitting and steady play in the field to Division II’s Mayville State University in North Dakota. Joel Estabrook will stay nearby, signing with Yuba College.
Michael Doughty was the school’s only player from the gridiron to sign at the ceremony, and will attend Linfield College in Oregon to play Division III football.
From the court, Madison Bromley agreed to bring her talent in volleyball to Division III school, Colby-Sawyer College in New Hampshire.
Danielle Jackson will head to Feather River College in California to play softball.
Soccer stars Joel Garcia and Abi Lopez will head across the lake to attend South Lake Tahoe Community College this fall.
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