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CCSD seniors sign to play collegiate sports

February 5 was National Signing Day, when high school seniors commit to play collegiate sports at a specific college or university. Congratulations to these outstanding student-athletes from all six high schools in the Cherry Creek School District.

Cherokee Trail High School
Christian Bobian - Softball - Western Nebraska University
Zoe Hinton - Softball - MIT
Kayla Mashburn - Softball -  Bethany College
Emily Sparks - Softball - Kansas Wesleyan
Nikki Berta - Volleyball - Iowa State University
Evan White - Football - University of Colorado
Faith Hope - Golf - Colorado Christian
Alex Reichler - Soccer - University Of Colorado- Colorado Springs
Jordan Calhoun - Lacrosse - Carthage College
Thomas Thortvedt - Football - CSU-Pueblo
Colt Jones - Football - Southwest Minnesota State University
Jacob Martin - Football - Temple University
Mason Bodè - Football - Western State University
Shea Butler - Lacrosse - Mercer University
Alex Achtermann - Baseball- Garden City Community College
Jacob Rodriguez - Soccer - York College
Brandon Singleton - Track - Oklahoma State University
Lily Hartley - Basketball - Western State

Cherry Creek High School
Brendan Peitsmeyer – Baseball - Garden City Community College
Clare Kavanagh – Field Hockey - Johns Hopkins University
Dionte Burkes Washington – Football - Colorado State University - Pueblo
Jaeden Graham – Football - Yale University
Bret Hollenbeck – Football - Adams State University
Michael McCauley – Football - University of Northern Colorado
Patrick O’Malley – Football - Colorado State University - Pueblo
Austin Roper – Football - Chadron State College
Nathan Starks – Football - University of California, Los Angeles
Quinn Egan – Lacrosse - University of Redlands
Talia Tandler – Lacrosse - Wellesley College
Jacob Hanlin – Soccer - University of Portland
Miguel Jaime – Soccer -  Florida Gulf Coast University
Abigail Bouck – Soccer - Seattle University
Sydney Cassagnol – Soccer - St. Bonaventure University
Samantha Taylor – Soccer - Western State Colorado University
Ryan Williams – Soccer - Soccer - Texas Christian University
Hailey Barrett – Swimming - Bellarmine University
Zachary Fryer – Tennis - University of Denver
Stanford Cooper – Track & Field - Cornell University
Megan McCabe – Track & Field - Vanderbilt University
Glenna Yancey – Volleyball - Colorado College

Eaglecrest High School
Deyon Sizer – Football - CSU-Pueblo
Matt Romero – Football - CSU-Pueblo
Aaric Witt – Football - CSU-Pueblo

Grandview High School
Sean Kennedy – Baseball - Garden City Community College
Erin Norton – Cross Country - Iowa State University
Gabe Cirivello – Football - Colorado State University-Pueblo
Kolten Johnson – Football - Black Hills State University
Sean Kopel – Football - Colorado School of Mines
Dylan Presley – Football - Dakota State University
Tyler Smith – Football - Nebraska Wesleyan University
Isaiah Talbert – Football - Eastern New Mexico University
Connor Thrush – Football - Black Hills State University
Kelyn Carney – Golf - Morningside College
 Zach Huff – Soccer - Regis University
Jake Wisler – Soccer - Greenville College
Maddi Rodriguez – Soccer - Colorado State University
Whitney Taggart – Soccer - University of Louisiana
Brooke Tasker – Soccer - University of Oregon
Jessi Alexander – Softball - North Platte Community College
Hannah Meehan – Swimming - Western State Colorado University
Sabrina Peyton – Acrobatics and Tumbling - University of Oregon

Overland High School
Tre Thomas – Football - Colorado State University
AJ Roper – Football - Fort Hays State University
Andrew Tillman – Football - South Dakota School of Mines
Khalil Jenkins – Football - Mesa Community College– Football
Dario Villagomez – Baseball - Garden City Community College

Smoky Hill High School
Chloe Andrie – Cross Country and Track - Western State University
Nikki Sparacio – Softball - Kansas Wesleyan University
Trent Clay – Football - Black Hills State University
Frank Thomas – Football – school to be determined

Posted February 6, 2014.​

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