Twelfth-grade student athletes signed letters of intent May 5 at Falcon High School.
Brett Anderson, 17, will play football at the South Dakota School of Mines in Golden, Colo. He plans to study civil engineering. “I know he’ll put in the hard work,” said coach Brian Green.
Austin Toussaint, 17, will play football at the Colorado School of Mines in Golden, Colo. He also plans to study civil engineering. This was Toussaint’s first year playing the sport.
Austin Worbington, 19, will play football at Colorado Mesa University in Grand Junction, Colo. He plans to study kinesiology. “He just has the biggest heart,” said coach Brian Green.
Jeff Vela, 18, will play baseball at the New Mexico Military Institute in Rosewell, N.M. He plans to study exercise science. “He was our workhorse on the mound this year,” said coach Dana Reichers.
Hanna Felice, 17, will play track at the university of South Dakota in Vermillion, S.D. She plans on studying criminal justice. “This is my first year coaching, and Hanna was the one I heard about,” said coach Jeff Dean.
Dominique Fisher, 18, will play volleyball at the University of Albany, New York. She plans on studying sociology. “Work hard, and show them what you’re all about,” said coach Ryan Hall.
Cora Gottbehuet, 18, will play golf at Hastings College in Hastings, Neb. She plans on studying business administration, hospitality and economics. “Cora has achieved milestones and has been part of putting Falcon High School golf on the map.” said coach Amber Villani.