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Twenty-Seven Frenship High School Students Sign at the Collegiate Level

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As the school year wraps up, the Class of 2024 is eager to begin their next chapter. This week, twenty-seven athletes signed to continue their athletic journey in the fall. Not only did Frenship celebrate the athletes’ new steps in their careers, Frenship also celebrated new milestones.  

For the first time in Frenship history, a powerlifting student signed his letter of intent. Head Powerlifting Coach Dusty Robinson is very proud and excited for the future of powerlifting at Frenship and beyond.  

“Michael Garza will be the first ever student athlete here at Frenship High School who will be signing his NIL to compete in Powerlifting at the college level,” said Coach Robinson. “Powerlifting is one of the fastest growing sports that colleges are now competing in. This is a great opportunity for Michael and his future.” 

Another memorable part of the signing was the celebration of Frenship’s first dual-sport athlete, Jeremiah Adams, who signed to pursue both Boys Soccer and Cheer in college. 

“Jeremiah is a coach's dream. He came in as a brand-new cheerleader and grew every day,” said Kayci Smith, Head Cheer Coach. “He demanded perfection and came in ready to put in the work every day. No surprise he is the first dual signee. He is an amazing athlete and an even better person." 

"The title of "Frenship's first dual-signer" couldn't be given to a more deserving human being," said Scott Smith, Boys Head Soccer Coach. "Any and every coach will enjoy having Jeremiah Adams as part of their programs." 

At the signing the 5A-6A Cheerleader of the Year Award was presented to Annabelle Bennet from Sam Tipton Executive Director of the Texas Girls Coaches Association. 

“Annabelle is the fifth cheerleader at Frenship High School to receive this award, that is more than any other school in the state of Texas,” said Tipton.” 

Congratulations to the following students:  

Basketball 

  • Armani Gacanica, Fort Scott Community College 
  • Jakari Davis, Redlands Community College 

Cheer 

  • Daniel Vargas, Lubbock Christian University 
  • Gabriel Vargas, Lubbock Christian University 
  • Jeremiah Adams, Lubbock Christian University, Dual Athlete  
  • Jayci Veretto, Lubbock Christian University 

Cheer Award Presentation 

  • Annabelle Bennett, Texas High School Cheerleader of the Year 

Pom 

  • Rachael Boyer, Kansas State 

Football 

  • Brooks Franklin, Oklahoma Panhandle State University 
  • Christian Davis, Oklahoma Panhandle State University 

Powerlifting 

  • Michael Garza, Midland University  

Girls Track 

  • Roxy Alvarado, Western Texas College 
  • Rylee Sanders, West Texas A&M University 
  • Devin Moore, Belmont University  
  • Valarie Reyna, Northwestern Oklahoma State University 

Boys Track 

  • Aden Soto, Lubbock Christian University 
  • Yair Berrios, Dallas Baptist University 
  • Kayson Thomas, Northwestern Oklahoma State University 
  • Benji Rios, Texas Western College 

Cross Country 

  • Noah Hurst, Lubbock Christian University 
  • Blake Morrison, Oklahoma Christian University 
  • Amaya Mendoza, Texas Tech University 

Girls Soccer 

  • Mia Escandon, Ranger College 
  • Laney Lambert, Austin College 
  • Jada Reyes, Tyler Junior College 

Boys Soccer 

  • Cooper Scott, Lubbock Christian University 
  • Jeremiah Adams, Lubbock Christian University, Dual Athlete 

Girls Golf 

  • Kara Knight, Angelo State University 

Softball 

  • Ava Garcia, Weatherford College
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