Nine CHS Bantam athletes continue athletic careers in college

Nine CHS Bantam athletes continue athletic careers in college
CLARKSTON, WA - DePaul Blunt was one of nine Clarkston senior athletes who will be off to college to continue their athletic careers as the school held signing day on Wednesday morning.

A few of the athletes show their excitement.

"I'm really excited," said future Spokane Community College basketball player Kage Sobotta. "I've been dreaming about playing college basketball since I was little."

"I'm very excited cause I get to do the thing I love in soccer," said future North Idaho College soccer player Katelyn Sly.

"Really excited, it's been my goal to play college football since I was a little kid and now I've made it so, it's awesome," said future Eastern Oregon football player Carson Holman.

"I'm so pumped to finally make the decision and become a Warrior now," said future Walla Walla Community College softball player Miranda Beuke.

"Oh gosh, I don't even know how to put it into words, it's a great opportunity and I'm ecstatic," said future LCSC tennis player Kianna Arthur.

"I'm really excited, it's gonna be a fun time," said future Whitworth College Tennis player Ryan Adams.

"Very excited, just to continue to do what I love to do," said future Lewis & Clark College baseball player Connor Eggleston.

The only one not present was Alex Dimke who was stuck in math class. She will be attending Walla Walla Community College for rodeo. Congrats to all our Clarkston student-athletes!