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TUCSON, AZ (Tucson News Now) -

A whole bunch of local high school athletes put pen to paper and signed their national letter of intents to play in college. 

Among them are the following:

Catalina Foothills 

Emily Parker, soccer (U of Oklahoma)

Hagen Hyatt, soccer (Colorado Mesa University)

Ian Turner, football (Colorado School of the Mines)

Connor Kobylinski, football (Colorado School of the Mines (pending)

Ironwood Ridge

Kennon Nunez, football (Eastern Arizona)

Piper Mali, basketball ( Pima CC)Vicki Cooper, soccer (Northern Arizona)

Jessica Nelson, soccer (Arizona)

John Mareks, baseball ( New Mexico Military Institute)

Sabino

Marcus Edwards, football (Army)

Emilio Araiza, football (Pima)

Marquis Chamblee, football (Pima)

Tyler Fellner, football (Pima)

A.J. McBrayer, football (Pima)

Albert Green, football (Arizona)

Daniela Sanchez, soccer (Pima)

Palo Verde

Danny Hunt, baseball (Eastern Arizona)

Salpointe Catholic

Caroline Amos, tennis (Yale University)

Taylor Anderson, soccer (Pima)

Andrew Bianchi, soccer (Pima)

Allison Curtis, softball (Central Michigan University)

Delfina Morales, softball (Trinity University)

Jiovani “Jio” Orozco, baseball (University of Arizona)

Dominique “Nique” Payne, softball (Phoenix College)

Taylor Powell, football (Northern Arizona University)

Bryanna Sanchez, soccer (Metropolitan State University of Denver)

Donny Sands, baseball (University of New Mexico)

Annie Scarangella, softball (Brown University)

Nathan Thomas, cross country/track (United States Air Force Academy)

Sahuaro

Allison Raniere, soccer (Eastern Washington)

Jaclyn Wittke, soccer (San Angelo State)

Omar Lloyd, football (UTEP)

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