14 Dallas County student athletes sign letters of intent

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Submitted • DCN First row left to right: Matt Hoeg, Erin Bramble, Jenny Brown, Kayla Sabotin and Noah Larrison. Back row: AJ Allen, Conner Farrell, Chris Kickbush, Ross Reynolds, Corbin Lowe and Ryan Tunink.
Submitted • DCN Max Balzer, pictured with family and coaches, signed with Morningside College to play baseball.
Clint Cole - DCN Maddie Powers signs her letter of intent to play volleyball at Clarke. Top row (left to right), Maddie's sister Brianna, A-D-M volleyball coach Mary Beth Scott, Clarke volleyball coach Chris Miron. Bottom row (left to right): Mother Wendy Powers, Maddie Powers and father Frank Powers.
Submitted • DCN Madison Waymire, pictured with her mother Lori (front right), father Pat (back right) and coaches Justin Droppert (front left) and Rich Kloster (back left).

14 student athletes from the Dallas County area recently signed letters of intent to continue their athletic careers in college. 12 students from Waukee, two from Dallas-Center Grimes and one from Adel-DeSoto-Minburn signed their letters of intent recently.

Waukee’s students signed their letters on Feb. 5. Three Waukee football players signed with colleges including: AJ Allen, who signed with Northern Iowa, Chris Kickbush, who signed with Grandview and Ross Reynolds, who signed with the University of Iowa.

Five Waukee students signed for track and field or cross country and they include: Erin Bramble, who signed with Winona State (Minn.), Noah Larrison, who signed with Iowa, Corbin Lowe, who signed with Central Missouri, Kayla Sabotin, who signed with Nebraska Omaha and Ryan Tunink, who signed with Drake.

Connor Farrell signed with William Jewell College (Mo.) to play baseball and Matt Hoeg signed with Iowa Western, also for baseball. Jenny Brown committed to Northern Colorado for swimming.

From DC-G, Matt Balzer signed with Morningside College to play baseball and Madison Waymire committed to Missouri for track and cross country.

Maddie Powers from A-D-M signed with Clarke to play volleyball.

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