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Prep’s Harrington headed to Carroll

Oona Harrington, a third Gonzaga Prep girls basketball standout, has given an oral commitment.

Harrington is headed to Carroll College in Helena. The 6-foot forward chose Carroll over Lewis-Clark State College, Whitman and Concordia of Portland.

“As soon I as I got there (for a visit) I knew it was the place for me,” Harrington said. “The campus is beautiful and the coaches and team were very welcoming.”

Harrington averaged 8.8 points and 4.7 rebounds last year when the Bullpups captured the State 4A championship. She’s expected to carry a bigger load this season.

“Oona has demonstrated steady growth in her basketball skills over the last couple of years, and with her work ethic will continue to improve her skill sets in becoming a tremendous college athlete,” G-Prep coach Mike Arte said.

Harrington, an honors student with a 3.85 grade-point average, plans to study pre-medicine.

Viking commit

Coeur d’Alene junior volleyball standout Megan Ramseyer has given a commitment to Idaho.

The 5-11 setter/outside hitter also considered offers from Gonzaga and Montana.

Ramseyer has been a starter at CdA since her freshman season.

Greg Lee

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