Three student athletes from kelly walsh high school made their college decisions.
Former Trojan basketball player, Davion McAdam, put the ink to paper and committed to play next year for Gillette College. McAdam led the Trojans this past season to a 4A state title. He was consistently one of the top scorers in the state. He says he's happy with his growth this past year.
"I had a couple of goals I set for myself personally and with the team, and I achieved every single one of them. I can't ask for much more. I'm blessed to be where I am today," said McAdam.
McAdam believes playing for the pronghorns will give him the best shot at continuing his basketball career.
"I thought picking this two year school would give me the best chance to reach my goal of getting to a really good four-year school. I thought picking gillette college would help me the most with that cause they have a history of sending kids to really good four-year schools," said McAdam.
Donte Wilson also signed his letter of intent to run track for Dickenson State. Wilson is coming off a team state title at the state track meet last week. As well as a state title in the 4 by 100 meter relay, Wilson also placed in three other events. The Trojan is excited to continue his track career at Dickenson State.
"Dickenson was kind of the first school that came to me. They were the first school to notice. We'll see how this goes. Seeing all the other schools come in during the season, it just didn't have the right feel," said Wilson.
And Logan Soliz is taking his talents to play soccer next year for Sheridan College. Soliz and the Trojans are coming off a state tournament appearance where they won the consolation bracket. Soliz knew that Sheridan was exactly what he was looking for.
"The team... they seem like what I want to play with and play for. The coach is a really cool dude. The team, they're definitely a family, so it's the perfect fit," Soliz said.