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National Signing Day for 80108 Students

Congratulations to all the 80108 student-athletes who have committed to playing their sport at the next level. These students have worked hard, both athletically and academically, to attend colleges and universities all over the country.

Douglas County High School

Ainsley Medina
Linfield University, OR

Coach Jessica Aase said, “Ainsley is a gifted volleyball player with an understanding of the game that far exceeds other players on the court. Her success has been well-earned through unmatched commitment and a love of the game.”

Luke Bard
Houston Baptist University, TX

“Luke exemplifies the kind of athlete college coaches are looking for!” said Coach Craig Gienger. “He’s a tremendous teammate and has an ability to inspire those around him. Luke’s work ethic is a great example to our younger players who aspire to follow in his footsteps. We wish him all the best as he continues his playing career at Houston Baptist University.”


Rock Canyon High School

Katie Beaudry
St. Olaf College, MN

Coach Mathew Henbest said, “Katie is a student-athlete with great character who leads by example, and who has been one of our most consistent performers. In addition, she’s a good teammate who always provides positive support for those around her. Her attitude and resilience in the face of adversity have made her a pleasure to coach here at RCHS. The void in our defense and team chemistry following her departure this spring will be difficult to fill.”

Liam Hohenstein
Colorado Mesa University, CO

Coach Allan Dyer said, “Liam has been a force for RCHS on the baseball field as a pitcher and outfielder. Liam is an All-Conference and All-State player with a tremendous work ethic and drive to succeed. We wish Liam the best of luck next year at Colorado Mesa.”

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Jacob Naibauer
Western Colorado University, CO

Coach Kevin Meyer said, “Jacob had a great senior football season. Jacob played right tackle and was a big reason for our Rock Canyon offense leading the 5A in rushing and third in total offense, along with reaching the Colorado 5A second-round playoffs this season. Jacob is a great kid and I look forward to seeing him have success at Western Colorado University.”

Cy Sokołowski
Columbia University, NY

Club Real Soccer Coach Danny Bills said, “Over the last three years, Cy has been an important part of his MLS Next team being ranked in the top 20 in the country. He won the golden boot award at the 2021 USL Cup. He is the kind of player that shows up every day to compete, improve, and be a good teammate. We will miss Cy when the season is over but are excited to watch his success on and off the field at Columbia University.”


Valor Christian High School

Colton Rose
Colorado State University, CO

Coach Donnie Yantis said, “Colton worked extremely hard both on and off the field in the off-season and during the season. Colton had a great year for our football team playing tight end. We are so happy for Colton for this opportunity that he has earned! Colorado State-Pueblo is a great program; Colton will do great things there!”

Zach Wiley
Western Colorado University, CO

“The first word that comes to mind when I think of Zach is ‘football player,” said Coach Donnie Yantis. “Zach had a great career at Valor both his junior and senior years. He will be a great player for Western Colorado. We are so excited for Zach’s future!”



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