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Eagle High Supports Student Athletes on Signing Day

Izzy Rios
National Signing Day took place at Eagle High on Feb. 7. Many seniors including (left to right) Hayleigh Oliver, Andrew (AJ) Ringert, Olivia Wieber, Jordynn LeBeau, Paige Cofer, Molly Johnson, Andrew Bohner, Roan Killian, Tanner Spoklie, Ava Deakins, Landon Erich, Adam Fulton, Luke Scott, Zach Johansen, Teagan Scott, Eli Mikita, Cal Huish, Leon Evans, Seth Brock, Makeo Sneddon and Davis Harsin, signed to play their sports in college. Congrats to the signing class of 2024!

On Feb. 7th Eagle High celebrated the achievements of talented student-athletes who committed to pursuing their passion for sports at a collegiate level. The Signing Day ceremony was a testament to the dedication and hard work of outstanding individuals across various sports.

The atmosphere at Eagle High was filled with pride as families, friends, coaches and fellow students gathered to witness the official signing of the athletes. Each student took center stage, marking a significant milestone in their academic and athletic careers.

The diverse group of student athletes represented a wide variety of sports, including football, softball, track and field, basketball and more. Their accomplishments on the field, coupled with their academic achievements, garnered the attention of college recruiters and coaches, leading to this momentous occasion.

The list of students committing consists of the following people:

  1. Hayleigh Oliver- Iowa State University- Softball
  2. Eli Mikita- College of Idaho- Football
  3. Seth Brock- Montana State University- Football
  4. Makeo Sneddon- Idaho State University- Football
  5. Leon Evans- University of Idaho- Football
  6. Davis Harsin- Idaho State University- Football
  7. Cal Huish- University of Idaho- Football
  8. Luke Scott- Master’s University- Baseball
  9. Zach Johansen-College of Idaho-Baseball
  10. Adam Fulton-George Fox University-Baseball
  11. Landon Erich-Blue Montana Community College-Baseball
  12. Andrew Ringert-Montana State University-XC and Track and Field
  13. Page Cofer- Utah Tech-Basketball
  14. Molly Johnson-Walla Walla Community College-Basketball
  15. Ava Deakins- Westminster College- Lacrosse
  16. Wheaton Ennis- Texas A&M- Golf
  17. Teagan Scott- Lewis Clark State College- Volleyball
  18. Jordynn Lebeau- Dartmouth College- Rugby
  19. Holland Wieber- Southern Oregon University
  20. Andrew Bohner- Northwest Nazarene University- Lacrosse


Eagle High administration and coaching staff expressed immense pride in the accomplishments of these student-athletes. The signing day event was a point to prove the school’s commitment to fostering academic and athletic success.

The athletes showcased their skills on the playing field, but also demonstrated the discipline and determination necessary to succeed in both sports and academics.

“ It was something that honestly seemed impossible for me to do… I had to worry about my GPA and my ACT/ SAT scores, and making sure I had enough AP credits,” said senior, Darmouth commit, Jordyn LeBeau.

Parents and guardians looked on with pride and joy as their seniors officially committed to continuing their athletic dreams after graduation. Coaches shared words of encouragement and congratulated the student-athletes on their accomplishments, recognizing the countless hours of practice and dedication that led to this significant achievement.

“When I found out they were going to offer me early decision acceptance, which is only 19% of students at Dartmouth I was ecstatic and knew I had to go there,” said Lebeau.

The event served as an inspiration to aspiring athletes within the school, demonstrating that with hard work and dedication, they too can achieve their goals and continue their athletic pursuits when they depart from Eagle High.

“I am super proud of all of our athletes. It’s inspiring to see them work so hard and be able to balance academics and sports,” said sophomore Amanda Carpenter.

As the ink dried on each commitment letter, Eagle High not only celebrated the individual successes of these student-athletes but also reinforced its reputation as a hub for developing well-rounded, accomplished individuals who excel both on and off the court.

The Eagle High community looks forward to following these athletes’ continued success as they embark on the next chapter of their athletic journeys at the collegiate level. These well-rounded athletes serve as inspiration for individuals throughout the school, who may even wish to play collegiate sports someday.


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Grace Merrill, Copy Editor
Hi! My name is Grace Merrill, and I'm a sophomore here at Eagle. This is my first year on the Stampede News and I work with some of my favorite people as a copy editor! I love spending time outside, especially with my animals and family. I'm super excited to work with the Stampede News this year!
Izzy Rios, Assistant Editor
Hi! I am Izzy Rios! I am a junior here at Eagle High. Some of my hobbies include hiking, hunting, painting, bracelet making, and being outside! I am the assistant to everyone in the newspaper. I have been in newspaper for two years now and I love everything about it!
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