Lakewood High School is honored to have another five of its graduating seniors sign letters of intent to play their sports at the collegiate level.
FIVE ATHLETES SIGNING LETTERS OF INTENT ON APRIL 14
(Lakewood, Colo.) Lakewood High School is honored to announce another five of its graduating seniors will be signing letters of intent to play their sports at the collegiate level. The school is hosting a National Letter of Intent Day signing ceremony on Friday, April 14th at 2:00 pm in the school’s Lecture Center, located in the East Atrium.
“We are very proud of these students and their ability to compete in athletics and maintain excellent academic performance at the same time,” shared Principal Lisa Ritchey.
Below is a list of the Class of 2017 athletes who will be signing letters of intent, bringing the class total to thirteen signees.
Celeste Barron NicolettiVolleyballMarshalltown Community College
Marshalltown, IANJCAA Division 1, Region XI; Iowa Valley Community College District
Bradley JacksonBoys Swim & DiveXavier University
Cincinnati, OHNCAA Division 1, Big East Conference
Mitchell "Mitch" LugschCross Country/TrackRose-Hulman Institute of Technology
Terre Haute, INNCAA Division 3; Heartland Collegiate Athletic Conference
Erin PennSoftballNorth Park University Chicago, ILNCAA Division 3, College Conference of Illinois and Wisconsin
Michelle RughVolleyballColorado School of Mines Golden, CONCAA Division 2, Rocky Mountain Athletic Conference
Lakewood High School is the largest high school in Jefferson County with nearly 2,100 students. The school offers 21 sports throughout the year and the teams compete in CHSAA’s 5A level leagues.
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