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Metro stars sign college deals

19 seniors sign on for next year; Tyner picks Oregon for 2013-14
by: submitted photo ON TO NM — Southridge senior Jordyn Peacock was all smiles on National Letter of Intent signing day in mid-November when she inked a deal to play basketball for the University of New Mexico.

Another year, another bumper crop of talented Metro League athletes headed off to stock the rosters of college sports teams across the country.

Following is a list of Metro League athletes who signed National Letters of Intent at the end of the early signing period on Nov. 16.

Aloha

Thomas Tyner, football, made an early commitment to the University of Oregon for the 2013-14 school year.

Amy Boswell, volleyball, signed on to play next year at Brigham Young University.

Beaverton

Erin Saxton, soccer, will continue her career next year at the University of Nevada.

Carly Smoke, lacrosse, will join the Fort Lewis College women's team next year.

Jesuit

Rachel Mendelsohn, basketball, will play next year at St. Louis University.

Jean Parker, basketball, will join the women's team next year at West Point.

Kelly Cronin, lacrosse, signed on to play collegiately next year at Colorado Mesa.

Cassie Weil, swimming and diving, will take her talents to Louisiana State University next year.

Peter Dempsey, baseball, will play ball next year at the University of San Francisco.

Southridge

Jordyn Peacock, basketball, committed to play next year with the women's team at the University of New Mexico.

Nigel Lett, golf, signed on to accept a scholarship from the University of Nevada Reno.

Sunset

Maddie Fey, volleyball, will take her talents to Carroll College in Montana.

Jenessa Taylor, volleyball, will join Fey at Carroll College next year.

Emily Doyle, volleyball, will play next year at OIT in Klamath Falls.

Alicia Alarcon, soccer, will join the women's team next year at Concordia University.

Westview

Landen Lucas, basketball, will play next year at Kansas.

Kayla Luken, softball, is headed to New York's Concordia University.

Carson Kelly, baseball, signed on to play at the University of Oregon.

Sarah Lawhorn, softball, will play next year at Northwest Christian University.