Ten athletes from Elk Grove Unified School District high schools will sign National Letters-of –Intent Wednesday in an early morning ceremony at the Trigg Building’s Board Room.
Two of those athletes, football players Manny Scott-Anderson of Elk Grove and Trey Nahhas of Monterey Trail, have already officially signed their letters in February when college programs can first offer letters-of-intent. There was no district signing ceremony for the football players at that time.
Scott-Anderson is committed to Sacramento State while Nahhas is signed with Cal Poly – San Luis Obispo. Joining them at the ceremony is Elk Grove linebacker Spencer Sheff who is committed to the U.S. Military Academy at West Point.
Four track and field athletes will ink their letters Wednesday. They are Isabella Marini of Elk Grove (U.S. Naval Academy), Emelda Malm-Annan of Monterey Trail (Wyoming), Grace Hepworth of Pleasant Grove (Chico State) and Cameron Stone of Sheldon (Oregon).
Pleasant Grove golfer Brittany O’Bryant will sign Wednesday with Chico State as will Eagles’ soccer player Michael Hirsch.
Cosumnes Oaks baseball player Drew Gwerder will ink with Holy Names University.