Eleven high school athletes from around Northern Nevada signed their letters of intent on Wednesday, the first day of the spring signing period.
Seven signed for soccer, two for football, one for cross country and one for track. Two, Andrea and Jair Hernandez, were twins from different schools.
Wooster softball player Carli Vogl recently signed with Southwest Oregon Community College.
Damonte Ranch football player Tyrell Smith is expected to sign today with Dakota State, and Carson football player Logan Krupp will sign with Western Oregon later this week.
|SIGNING DAY IN NORTHERN NEVADA|
|Vinny Agliolo||Sp. Springs||Colo. School of Mines||Football|
|Jordan Cardenas||Reno||Portland||Cross country|
|Andrea Hernandez||Manogue||CSU-East Bay||Soccer|
|Jair Hernandez||Wooster||Jefferson College||Soccer|
|Josh Joyner||Dayton||Western Oregon||Football|
|Christian Martinez||Reed||Peninsula College||Soccer|
|Adriana Newell||Reed||Kansas||Track & Field|
|Michelle Sandage||Carson||William Jessup||Soccer|
|Julio Soto||Sp. Springs||Peninsula College||Soccer|