Oak Ridge athletes sign on dotted line
Signing at Oak Ridge High School Monday are left to right, Nicolette Bondure, golf, CSUS, Jackie Mansoor, track, Chico State, Brittany Putman, Cross Country/Track, UC, Santa Barbara, Case Donahue, Lacrosse, Dominican University of California, Carly Bettencourt, Basketball, California State Universiy, East Bay, Ryan Adams, Football, Concordia, (Nebraska), Will Findlay, Track, Stanford, Samantha Ralstin, Cross Country/Track, Cal Berkeley, Benji Xie, Track/MIT, Zach Speno, Track, USA Pacific, and Jon Tuttle, Volleyball, California Baptist University. Village Life photo by Pat Dollins
Signing at Oak Ridge High School Monday are left to right, Nicolette Bondure, golf, CSUS; Jackie Mansoor, track, Chico State; Brittany Putman, cross country/track, UC Santa Barbara; Case Donahue, lacrosse, Dominican University of California; Carly Bettencourt, basketball, California State Universiy, East Bay; Ryan Adams, football, Concordia, (Nebraska); Will Findlay, track, Stanford; Samantha Ralstin, cross country/track, Cal Berkeley; Benji Xie, track/MIT; Zach Speno, track, USA Pacific; and Jon Tuttle, volleyball, California Baptist University. Village Life photo by Pat Dollins
Breakfast and forms to sign greeted 11 Oak Ridge athletes bright and early Monday morning.
As family and friends enjoyed the moment the students signed letters of intent to continue competing for the college or university of their choice after months of agonizing, visits and decision making.
Golfer Nicolette Bondura will play for California State University, Sacramento; Jackie Mansoor will run track at Chico State; Brittany Putman will compete in track and cross country at UC Santa Barbara; Samantha Ralstin will run track and cross country at UC Berkeley; and Carly Bettencourt will play basketball at Sacramento State.
Case Donahue signed to play lacrosse at Dominican University of California, the first lacrosse athlete to sign with an NCAA program from Oak Ridge; Benji Xie will attend MIT and run track; Zach Speno will run track at Azusa Pacific; Ryan Adams will play football for Concordia University in Nebraska; Jon Tuttle will take his volleyball talent to California Baptist University; and Will Findlay, who holds the school and Sac-Joaquin Section Division II high jump record, will compete for Stanford.
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on Apr 28 2011.
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