Five students from Central high school signed their national letter of intent this week
Central high school held their winter college signing day on Thursday and had five students sign to continue playing a sport in college. Ethan Cates is going to play Golf at the University of Wyoming. Ethan said Wyoming started to take an interest in him this past summer of 2019 and that's the summer he won the state amateur golf championship. "I played golf as more as a hobby but I would say around freshmen year I started taking it more seriously I realized I could play at the next level" said Ethan.
Kyla Bush is going to run track at Montana State University in Bozeman. Kyla was named one of the best of the best for discus throw in 2019. " I started to win last year and it was in Colorado meets so those were really important for us when I started to win those I was like oh I guess I could really do something with this" said Kyla. She will be studying Education in college.
Nick Allen is going to Davis and Elkins College for swimming. Nick said his times are very competitive at the school and in the conference. "junior year I started to see my times drop and a lot of improvement across the board and I decided I wanted to continue on at the collegiate level" said Nick.
Sally Osterman is going to South Virginia University for swimming. She will be on the schools first ever swim program, which she is excited about. "had a why am I doing this moment and one day during my practice during the offseason I realized you know I really like doing this and when I'm not doing it I feel really bored and there's not lot I feel my time with so I figured why not continue swimming" said Sally. She is interested in studying occupational therapy or forensic science.
Jennifer Gillotti is going to Concordia to play softball. She helped lead her fastpitch softball team, the Fort Collins Stars to the state championship and won every game she pitched.