Sign of the Times

- Macie West, Sports Editor

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On Wednesday, February 12th, eight Norman North athletes signed their National Letter of Intent to play sports at the collegiate level. 

The first to sign was Ashton Seratte, who was signing with Oklahoma City University to play soccer. Trevor Laffoon, the girls varsity soccer coach, described Ashton as a team leader who is a captain of the team this year and a state champion. 

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Ashton Seratte signing her Letter of Intent.

Another girls soccer signee was Skylar Revas, who is going to play soccer for Baker University in Kansas. Skylar is a state champion and has made it to the semi-finals in State in the past.

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Skylar Revas

Norman North had four football players sign to play at the next level. The first up was Logan Furnish to play at Northeastern State University. Furnish was put at center at the beginning of this past season and started there every game.

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Logan Furnish

Joshah Bowie signed to play football at Northwestern Oklahoma State University. Coach Justin Jones explained how Bowie went from not playing much to starting about every game, which helped him become better and start building up a scholarship opportunity.

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Joshah Bowie signing with Northwestern State University to play football.

Football player Malachi Gatewood signed his letter of intent to play at Northeastern Oklahoma A&M College. Gatewood was awarded the ‘District 6A-I-2 Iron Man of the Year’ this last season for playing both receiver and defensive back.

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Malachi Gatewood

Cale Cabbiness signed with Oklahoma State University to play football as he was offered as a preferred walk-on to further his academic and athletic achievements. Coach Jones described Cale as a leader who had one of the best attitudes.

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Cale Cabbiness

The last two signees were from track & field and cheer. Sonia Ruiz signed with Oklahoma City University to continue in track & field as a thrower. Ruiz has been apart of track & field at North for four years and is someone who everyone looks up to.

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Sonia Ruiz

Maya Peot has been apart of the cheer team at North for four years. She committed to Southwestern Christian University. David Urmie has coached Maya in school cheer and competitive, he thinks SCU is the best fit for Maya.

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Maya Peot

Congratulations to all the athletes who signed today. Best of luck at the next level!