Area athletes sign national letters of intent
It’s been over a year since University basketball standout Brett Bailey gave an oral commitment to the University of San Diego.
Bailey made his commitment official Wednesday when he signed his national letter of intent.
“I finally got it out of the way,” Bailey said. “I made my commitment the June before my junior year. I had a relationship with the coaches since my freshman year when they started recruiting me. They really care about their players. And the campus and location – you can’t really beat that.”
The 6-foot-6 senior led the Titans to a third-place finish at state last year. He was named the most valuable player in the Greater Spokane League, averaging a league-leading 16.8 points per game. He also was a first team All-State selection.
• Brandon Gfeller of Colfax for basketball with the University of Montana.
• Kayleigh Valley of University for basketball with Montana.
• Jade Redmon, a four-year starter at Mead, for basketball with Eastern Washington.
• Dani Failor of Post Falls for basketball with Army.
• Hallie Gennett of Post Falls for basketball with Sacramento State.
• Brooke Reilly of Mt. Spokane for basketball with Idaho.
• Karlee Wilson, a four-year starter at Lewiston, for basketball with Idaho.
• Kelsey Moos, a four-year starter at Reardan, for basketball with Arizona State.
• Taylor Ellingsen of Mead for volleyball with Washington State.
• Kennadie Clute of Mt. Spokane in volleyball with Montana State.
• Addisynn Bursch of U-Hi for swimming with North Carolina St.
• Mackenzie McPhee of Mead for basketball with Regis University.
• Madison Wright of G-Prep for basketball with Southern Utah.
• Alex Marcinkowski of G-Prep for tennis with Oregon.
• Amy Hasenoehrl of Lewiston for golf with Idaho.
• Darby Santos of Shadle for volleyball with Lewis Clark State