5 Eagles sign letters of intent to play college sports

  • Thursday, April 13, 2017 9:25am
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ARLINGTON – Five Arlington High School athletes are signing letters of intent today in the AHS library.

Basketball standout Drew Bryson will sign to play with Simon Fraser University in British Columbia.

Connor Stephens, who just placed second overall in a huge golf match in Everett, is signing to play with Bellevue Community College.

KJ Mullin, a track/cross country star, will compete for Western Washington University in Bellingham.

Northwest University landed volleyball standout Hannah Michaels.

And even though AHS doesn’t have a crew team, Jordan Kraski landed the biggest school of the bunch. She will row for the University of Louisville.

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