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Local area student athletes sign letters of intent

It was a big day for many local area student athletes as they signed their national letter of intent with the college they will be attending next year.

Many area student athletes in a wide variety of sports signed with community colleges, Division III schools and one signed with a Division I school to play football, yesterday. Senior linebacker, Rod Riederer of Holton, signed his national letter of intent to play Division I football with the University of Tulsa. Reiderer was the leading rusher for the Holton Wildcats last season, rushing for 649 yards, while also playing defense, making 107 tackles on the season, all earning him All-Class 4A honors for this past season.

Plenty of other athletes mapped out their path's after their senior seasons by signing letter's of intents, yesterday, as well; a full list of the the area athletes can be seen below:

Local Signees:
Athlete, high school, college

Mik Barancik, Jefferson West, Hutchinson CC
Caleb Barger, Royal Valley, Washburn
Cody Heiman, Bailevyille B&B, Washburn
Michael Houghtaling, Royal Valley, Coffeyville CC
Bryson Smith, Valley Falls, Highland CC
Austin Trowbridge, Oskaloosa, Fort Scott CC

Eric Willard, Rock Creek, Ottawa
Ryan Harshbarger, Rock Creek, Longview CC

Jade Brake, Jefferson West, Baker

Frankie Farrant, Jefferson West, Baker
Caitlyn Larson, Rock Creek, Barton County CC
Katie Ricklefs, Jefferson West, Benedictine
Josey Sands, Jefferson West, Otero CC, Colo.

Track & field:
Lizz Herrs, Rock Creek, Oklahoma
Aaron Kuecker, Rock Creek, Nebraska-Kearney

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