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Spring 80108 student-athletes sign letters of intent

Congratulations to the spring 80108 student-athletes who have signed letters of intent to play their sport in college!

By Lisa Nicklanovich; courtesy photos

Rock Canyon High School

Isaac Abramovitz
Boys Lacrosse
U.S. Air Force Academy, CO

Isaac will attend Northwest Prep Academy in California before attending the U.S. Air Force Academy. Coach John Gallant said, “Isaac is a natural leader. His attitude, work ethic, and selflessness are the true foundational elements of what we, as coaches, are trying to build here at Rock Canyon.”

Gabby Flocco
Girls Golf
Concordia University, WI

Coach Dave Vahling said, “Gabby knows what she wants and is very determined when she sets her sights on something. Concordia University Wisconsin is getting a great student-athlete.”

Molly Steavpack
Girls Swimming
Chapman University, CA

Coach Nicole Vanderpoel said, “Molly is one of the most supportive and graceful teammates and competitors in the swimming community, always showing wonderful sportsmanship in every situation. A top swimmer at Continental A League Championships, she has also been a member of our 5A state team in 100 butterfly while maintaining a 3.85 GPA and logging over 100 community service hours.”

Valor Christian High School

Myki Timlin
Girls Volleyball
St. Edwards University, TX

Coach Kaitlyn Hastings said, “Myki was simply the heart and soul of this past season’s team. Her compassion for her teammates and dedication to being her best enabled our team to compete at its highest potential and win a state championship. I am thrilled to know she will continue to make an eternal impact on the volleyball court at St. Edwards, and I trust that God will continue to use her to do mighty things through that program and beyond!”

Zack Westen
Boston College, MA

Club Coach Jeffrey Miller said, “Zack is an exemplary young man. He is a hard-working athlete with great potential to contribute at the collegiate level. Boston College is lucky to have him joining their fencing team.”



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