Twelve Hound senior athletes sign with area colleges

FMHS senior Kamryn Bailey signs to play softball at Southeastern Community College in West Burlington next year. Photos by Chuck Vandenberg/PCC
FMHS senior Kaleb Cresswell signs Wednesday to continue his basketball career at Graceland University in Lamoni, Iowa.
FMHS senior Amber Dilsaver inks her letter to play volleyball at Des Moines Area Community College in Des Moines in the fall.
FMHS senior Shyla Famer signs her intent to play volleyball at Southeastern Community College in West Burlington this fall.
FMHS senior Alex Gully signs his intention to play football at Iowa Western Community College in Council Bluffs this fall.
FMHS senior Leigh Johnson signs her intention to play volleyball for Simpson College in Indianola this fall.
FMHS senior Katie Larson signed her intent to play tennis at Central College in Pella.
FMHS senior Claire Mendez inks her name to the Loras Community College track and field, and cross country teams in Dubuque.
FMHS senior Lorenzo Riles signs to play football for Iowa Wesleyan University in Mt. Pleasant.
HTC senior Brett Schneider signs her intent to run for the University if Northern Iowa track and field, and cross country teams. Schneider ran track for the FMHS Bloodhounds
FMHS senior Sadie Smithburg signs to play softball at Southeastern Community College in the fall.
FMHS senior Treavor James-Kokjohn signs his intent to play basketball at Graceland College in Lamoni, Iowa.


Not pictured is Central Lee’s Harlan Steffensmeier who has signed to wrestle for the United States Air Force Academy. Steffensmeier wrestled for the FMHS Bloodhounds.

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