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Recruiting trail: Area athletes make college committments

Catalina Foothills senior Herbie Behm, bound for the University of Tennessee, celebrates after breaking the state record in the 50-yard freestyle in 19.84 seconds during the Class 4A state swimming meet.

Catalina Foothills senior Herbie Behm, bound for the University of Tennessee, celebrates after breaking the state record in the 50-yard freestyle in 19.84 seconds during the Class 4A state swimming meet.

Wednesday was the first day non-football high school seniors were allowed to sign letters of intent to accept scholarship offers to play their sport in college.

Here is a list of some southern Arizona high school seniors who intend to sign letters of intent to accept athletic scholarships. Commitments are nonbinding until a letter of intent has been signed by both parties. Football’s national signing day is in February.

Baseball

Breck Ashdown, Catalina Foothills – Oregon State

Alan Garcia, Tucson High – Eastern Arizona College

Seth Mejias-Brean, Cienega – San Diego State

Girls basketball

Nadi Carey, Canyon del Oro – Eastern Washington

Football

Jake Fischer, Ironwood Ridge – Arizona

Softball

Katie Asher, Canyon del Oro – Oklahoma State

Shannel Blackshear, Sierra Vista Buena – Wisconsin

Stephanie Carramusa, Catalina Foothills – New Mexico

Courtney Dennis, Sierra Vista Buena – Central Methodist

Kenzie Fowler, Canyon del Oro – Arizona

Meghan McIntosh, Sierra Vista Buena – Wisconsin

Ariel Morbeck, Sierra Vista Buena – Southern Utah

Megan Morrison, Catalina Foothills – UNC-Charlotte

Boys swimming

Herbie Behm, Catalina Foothills – Tennessee

Girls swimming

Caitlin Leverenz, Sahuaro – California-Berkeley

Stefanie Wells, Sahuaro – Arizona

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