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Central Texas athletes pick schools in spring signing day

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Below is a list of Central Texas athletes that signing to play in college on spring signing day. If you'd like someone added to the list please send their name, information, and a picture to mfleet@kxxv.com:

Destiny Sanchez, Axtell Softball, McLennan Community College

Keilee Burke, Belton Girls' Basketball, Hardin-Simmons

Mitchell Dunahoo, Belton Football, Texas State

Tannor Fischer, Belton Baseball, Temple College

Alina Holguin, Belton Softball, Embry-Riddle Aeronautical

Elicia Jackson, Belton Volleyball, McMurry University

Aaron Krueger, Belton Baseball, Temple College

Carson Bell, China Spring Baseball, Cisco Junior College

Bryce Girard, China Spring Cross Country, Tarleton State

Ty Herman, China Spring Baseball, Cisco Junior College

Micah Hunter, China Spring Tennis, Sterling College

Haley Vaughn, Crawford Volleyball, San Angelo State

Casey Armour, Ellison Basketball, McLennan Community College

Morgan Button, Ellison Football, Howard-Payne University

Lawrence Bryant, Ellison Basketball, Dodge City College

Cielo McClain, Ellison Girls Basketball, Northeastern State

Ashae Murphy, Ellison Volleyball, Bethany College

Daija Planas, Ellison Girls Basketball, Hill College

Malik Pratt, Ellison Track, Hutson Tilloston

Aujunnae Smith, Ellison Girls Basketball, Langston University

Keondre Taylor, Ellison Soccer, Hill College

Alesis Juntunen, Lorena Track & Field, Notre Dame

Christopher Beavers, Lorena Tennis, Hardin-Simmons

Riley Lambert, Midway Baseball, Navarro Junior College

Michael White, Robinson Basketball, Mount St. Vincent NYC

Brettney Fuller, Salado Volleyball, Bates College (Maine)

Ashlen LaCanne, Salado Soccer, Lubbock Christian University

Tyler Pierce, Salado Soccer, Sam Houston State

Jake Walrath, Salado Football, Abilene Christian University

Jacob Wilk, Salado Baseball, University of Arkansas

Wade Woods, Salado Track, McMurry University

T.J. Rumfield, Temple Baseball, Texas Tech

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