List: High school recruits sign with college teams

A list of area high school athletes who have signed with college teams. If you have any updates or corrections, please send them to hunter@newschannelnebraska.com or follow @TheBurnRadio on Twitter.

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Auburn

Amanda Brown, Peru State College cross country
Crystal Longfellow, Peru State College cross country
Michael Lombardi, Peru State football
Taten Minton, Peru State football

Clarinda

Austin Gutknecht – Lindsey Wilson wrestling
Madison Lihs – Morningside volleyball

East Atchison

Lauren Quimby, North Central Missouri College golf

Falls City

Regan Deckinger – Southeast Community College softball
Rylee Scholl – St. Mary’s College softball

Glenwood

Andrew Blum –  Northwest Missouri State football
Maddie Liddell – North Platte CC softball
Nate Mohr – Wayne State basketball
Caleb Sanders – South Dakota State football
Anthony Sherry – Iowa State wrestling
Dillon Wiser – Morningside football
Nikki Schuppan – Buena Vista University soccer

Johnson-Brock

Kaitlynn Simon, Midland University volleyball

Nebraska City Lourdes

Quinten Vasa, Briar Cliff men’s basketball

Palmyra

Mikayla Roeder, Hastings women’s golf

Plattsmouth

Haley Miller, Doane University track and field
Josh Aho, Northwest Missouri State baseball
Andrew Green, Midland University bowling

Syracuse

Reagan Petersen, Doane University volleyball

Falls City Senior Rylee Scholl signs to play softball at St. Mary’s College. (Courtesy Photo)
Reagan Petersen signs to play volleyball at Doane University (Photo Courtesy: @SDARockets on Twitter)
Plattsmouth senior Haley Miller signs her letter of intent with Doane University track and field. (Photo Courtesy: @PHSBlueTrack on Twitter)
Auburn senior Amanda Brown signs her Letter of Intent to run cross country at Peru State College (Photo Courtesy: @Auburn_HS on Twitter)
Auburn senior Caitlyn Longfellow signed to run for the Peru State in
2018. (Courtesy Photo)
Auburn High School seniors Taten Minton (left) and Michael Lombardi (right) sign their letters of intent to play football at Peru State College. (Courtesy Photo)

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