Reedy Athletes College-Bound

Some Reedy senior athletes have recently been signed into some colleges

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Anna Deardorff, Sports and News Editor

     On Nov. 13, nine of our Reedy athletes celebrated early by signing to their colleges. 

Maddie Perkins and her family

     With a variety of sports including: swimming, soccer, baseball, softball, volleyball, and cross country, it is safe to say that Reedy will be well represented across the colleges in the fall.

     Baseball player, Braden Tennill, will be traveling outside the United States to continue his athletic career. McGill University in Canada will be welcoming him next fall, ranked number five in the world for its academic excellence. 

     Maddie Perkins, a triathlete, will be attending San Francisco for swimming. After serving as co-captain for Reedy’s swim team her senior year, Maddie is well prepared for her journey ahead.  

     Head baseball coach Chris Cox remarked Dalton Beck to be, “the most recruited baseball player,” he has ever seen at Reedy. Beck first committed to

Dalton Beck and his family

Wichita State University, but has since re-committed to Texas Tech University. 

     Stephen F. Austin State University will be greeting Rylee Erwin as a new athlete next fall. Rylee will play beach volleyball, a sport she just recently found a passion for. 

     Reedy has proven to be a tremendous place of growth for these athletes and more. Their friends, family, and coaches cannot wait to see what they will accomplish. 

     Below is the complete list of athletes that signed on Nov. 13. 

 

Anabella Quevedo: Soccer at Mississippi College

Kyler Heyne: Baseball at Howard Junior College

Josh Hernandez: Baseball at Texas State University

Maia Wark: Softball at University of North Texas 

Madison Lopez: Cross Country at University of Arkansas (Fort Smith) 

Maddie Perkins: Swim at San Francisco 

Braden Tennill: Baseball at McGill University

Dalton Beck: Baseball at Texas Tech University

Rylee Erwin: Beach Volleyball at Stephen F. Austin Universtiy