FMHS Seniors sign letters of intent

From left to right back Mercedes and Mariah Trimble, Brady Reynolds, and Austin Rose and front left to right, Brynn Schroeder, Chase Lowney, Lexi Schmidt and Hope Gray all signed national letters of intent on Wednesday to play collegiate athletics. See post for individual information and pictures. Photo by Chuck Vandenberg/PCC.


FORT MADISON – On Wednesday, eight senior athletes at Fort Madison High School signed letters of intent to play collegiate sports with more announcements to come in May. Their pictures and information are listed in the post individually.


Austin Rose is surrounded my family and coaches as he signs to play basketball at Clarke College in Dubuque. “I saw a lot of potential in the team and the coaches.” Rose said he may be asked to play guard which will be a transition from his post play at Fort Madison. “It’ll be a big transition but I think I can handle it. Photo by Chuck Vandenberg/PCC.
FMHS Senior Brady Reynolds signs his letter to play baseball at Morton College in Cicero, Illinois. Reynolds said he’s happy to play at the Div. II junior college and hopes to build on his baseball career and is willing to go as far as it will take him. Photo by Chuck Vandenberg/PCC.
FMHS Senior Brynn Schroeder signs her letter of intent to play soccer and run track at Lawrence University in Appleton, Wis. “When I went on a visit they asked what sports I was interested in and I told them track and soccer and they said soccer was in the fall and they had several athletes that did both sports.” Photo by Chuck Vandenberg/PCC.
FMHS senior Chase Lowney signs her letter Wednesday with her father and coach to play at Southeastern Community College. Photo by Chuck Vandenberg/PCC.
Hope Gray is joined by her parents and FMHS coach Amy Doherty as she signs to play tennis at Central College. Photo by Chuck Vandenberg/PCC.
Lexi Schmidt is flanked by her mother and coach as she signs her letter of intent to play softball at Clarke College in Dubuque. “I want to go into physical therapy and they have a really good program. They have a direct-admit program so I can get a head start.” She pitched in high school and said that will be her focus on the field in college as well. Photo by Chuck Vandenberg/PCC.
FMHS senior sisters Mariah and Mercedes Trimble both sign letters with their family and coach to play basketball at Prairie State College in Chicago Heights. Mariah said it was exciting to be able to play at the same school with her sister and other classmates from FMHS. Mariah said she may play a little guard and post. Mercedes said she really likes their program and the coach and how positive he was. He told me what he liked about my game, but he said I would be a good asset. Photo by Chuck Vandenberg/PCC.


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