Marysville students sign letters of intent to play sports in college

  • Friday, February 9, 2018 8:52am
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MARYSVILLE – Five students from Marysville-Pilchuck High School and one from Marysville Getchell signed Letters of Intent Feb. 7 to play sports in college.

Two teammates on the M-P girls soccer team will move on: Payton Nolte will play for Everett Community College and Olivia Lee at Highline Community College.

The University of Puget Sound landed Keean Ballard to play football.

Eric Anderson will play baseball at Bellevue College.

And McKenzie Justice will play softball at EvCC.

For MG, Hayli Huhta will play women’s soccer at Simon Fraser University in Canada.

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