Santa Fe Christian Schools in Solana Beach host Athletic Signing Ceremony

(L-R) Brenton Drake, Zach Neufeld, John Gamble, Dominic Burtech, Hannah Hubbard, Kayla McGuinnis, Justin Byrd, Isaiah Carter, Grant Corsi. Photo/Jon Clark

Santa Fe Christian Schools Athletic Department hosted an athlete signing ceremony on May 20 in the SFC Chapel. Tom Seitz, SFC athletic director, honored nine students from the Class of 2013 who have made official commitments to play collegiate sports.

Students honored included: Dominic Burtech, University of San Diego, football; Justin Byrd, University of Minnesota, Duluth, basketball; Isaiah Carter, Palomar College, football;  Grant Corsi, Biola University, basketball; Brenton Drake, Bethel University, football; John Gamble, US Air Force Academy, baseball, Hannah Hubbard, Boise State University, volleyball, Kayla McGuinnis, Carthage College, soccer; Zach Neufeld, Denison University, football. Photos/Jon Clark;

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