Friendswood ISD Athletes Sign Letters of Intent

Student athletes at Friendswood High School sign Letters of Intent on National Signing Day!

Student-Athletes on National Signing Day

Student-athletes across the country sign letters of intent to honor their successful athletic high school careers and celebrate the opportunity for the next level of athletic achievements.  Athletes in Friendswood ISD signed letters of intent in a variety of sports.

Celebrating Friendswood Athletes

Kelli Mulloy signed a letter of intent to cheer for the University of Texas Austin. 

Guiliana Devora signed a letter of intent to be on the stunt cheer team at St. Mary’s University. 

Tatum Black signed a letter of intent to play baseball for McMurry University. 

Jacob Rogers signed a letter of intent to play baseball for Texas Tech University.

Dylan Maxcey signed a letter of intent to play baseball for Texas Tech University. 

Griffin Kasemeyer signed a letter of intent to play baseball for Alvin Community College.

Carson Crow signed a letter of intent to play tennis for East Texas Baptist University.

Cameryn Peter signed a letter of intent to play soccer for Southern Nazarene University.

Kyla Zalit signed a letter of intent to run cross country and track for Stephen F. Austin University. 

Izak Standley signed a letter of intent to run track and field for the University of North Texas at Dallas. 

Nick Miller signed a letter of intent to play soccer for the University of Tampa. 

Congratulations to All Friendswood Student-Athletes!

Read the full article on Friendswood ISD’s MyFISD.com

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