The next chapter continues for Skyline athletesJul 03, 2023 11:37AM ● By Daniel Olsen |
Tina Njike will take her basketball talents to play for the Penn Quakers this fall. (Photo by Roger V. Tuttle)
The elite athletics department at Skyline High School is preparing athletes for the next level in college. Across all sports, recruiting commitments have been made. It’s time to find out which schools have come calling.
On the girls side, two softball players will continue to play after graduation. Chesnee Isom has committed to play for Lake Region State College in North Dakota. Her teammate, Hailey Louder, will compete for Southern Idaho.
On the baseball team, one players will continue their career after high school. Greyson Debo has committed to play for Lane Community College in Oregon.
Peter Kim will golf just down the road at Brigham Young University. He has been a part of individual and team state championships and will join the Cougars as they look forward to the Big 12 era.
“This conference consists of schools such as Texas, Texas Tech, Oklahoma, Oklahoma State and Baylor,” Kim said. “I think that I will be useful in competing in championships for BYU because of my experience in high level golf tournaments. I know that I can compete at a high level and love competing with great players. I’ll be playing alongside some friends that I have known for a long time and that should make it even more fun.”
Tina Njike, a basketball player for the Lady Eagles, will continue her career for Penn Quakers. She played center for Skyline last year and will look to help her team compete in the Ivy League.
The prestigious Skyline swimming team will continue to see success from their swimmers after high school. Colleen MacWilliams has committed to swim at The George Washington University in Washington, D.C.
Miles Hall, the star wide receiver for the Skyline football team, has decided to stay close to home and will play football at Brigham Young University this fall.
Marli Clausi and Eve Wilson have committed to play volleyball for Colorado Mesa and High Point University in North Carolina respectively. λ