LOCALS NAB COLLEGE SCHOLARSHIPS
Here is a list of the Tri-Lakes area athletes who signed their national letters of intent ON Feb. 6.
Grace Adams, soccer, Western State (D-II)
Sean Grundman, football, Western State (D-II)
Lindsey Ryals, soccer, Azusa Pacific (D-II)
Drew Williamson, football, Evangel College (NAIA)
Sonali Bhattacharya, cross country, Hastings (NAIA)
Courtney Campbell, cross country, Hastings (NAIA)
Hannah Christman, track, Northern Colorado (D-I)
Casey Deeds, field hockey, Stanford (D-I)
Winn Howard, football, Naval Academy Prep School
Luke Sinkola, soccer, South Dakota School of Mines (D-II)
Holly Weyand, soccer, Colorado School of Mines (D-II)
THE CLASSICAL ACADEMY
Megan Brunette, cross country/track, Wyoming (D-I)
Daniel Carlson, football, Auburn (D-I)
Joshua Gerstenberg, football, Chadron St. (D-II)
Joanie Jacks, soccer, Long Island Univ.-Brooklyn (D-I)
Claire LaValley, soccer, Taylor Univ. (NAIA)
Chrissy Lind, soccer, Concordia (NAIA)
Kierra Mattingly, soccer, Oklahoma Baptist (NAIA)
Justin Miller, football, Garner-Webb (D-I, FCS)
Caitlyn Troupe, soccer, Colorado Christian (D-II)
Meghan Troupe, soccer, Colorado Christian (D-II)
Sarah Turner, soccer, Colorado Christian (D-II)
Evan Young, soccer, Indiana Wesleyan (NAIA)
JOB WELL DONE
Discovery Canyon assistant wrestling and football coach Todd Adams can take a breather now that his daughter, Grace Adams, has signed with Western State to play soccer. Grace is the youngest of Todd's three children. Her older brothers, Nick and Garrett, are on wrestling scholarships at the University of Northern Colorado and Western State, respectively.
“I'm done,” Todd said. “It's over now. Now I can just rest.”
CARLSON DONS AUBURN COLORS
The Classical Academy kicker Daniel Carlson finally inked his deal with Auburn. The All-American kicker committed to the Southeastern Conference school last July.
“Summer classes start June 10,” Carlson said. “I have about two weeks of summer vacation this year. Oh well. It should be fun.”
HE SAID IT
“He's the kind of player that comes along rarely in a coach's career.”
The Classical Academy soccer coach Blake Galvin on Evan Young, who signed with Indiana Wesleyan. Young scored 100 career goals and tallied 59 assists in his four years as a starter for the Titans - both school records.
CHSAA CHARGING TO WATCH PLAYOFFS ONLINE
The Colorado High School Activities Association will be charging folks to watch the playoffs online this season.
It started on Feb. 7 with girls swimming and diving state finals. CHSAA will charge subscribers $3.95 for a day of viewing, $6.95 for a week and $9.95 for a month.
In previous years, CHSAA has offered any state playoffs or tournaments for free on chsaa.tv. Now, CHSAA will be charging to view its events via Play On Sports! - the Atlanta-based parent company of chsaa.tv.
For a complete line up of the winter sports playoff schedule go to www.chsaa.org.
AFA'S CHAD HALL ACTIVE FOR SUPER BOWL
Chad Hall, an Air Force Academy alumnus, was active for the San Francisco 49ers in Sunday's Super Bowl against the Baltimore Ravens.
Hall, a wide receiver, was not targeted by 49ers quarterback Colin Kaepernick during the team's 34-31 loss.
Hall played in two regular season games this season after being signed as a free agent on Nov. 27. He did not have any stats. He was also active for the NFC Championship game against Atlanta, but also did not have any stats. He is also the team's back-up kick returner.
The 5-foot-8, 187-pounder began his NFL career with the Philadelphia Eagles in 2010.