CYPRESS — CFISD athletes joined thousands across the country in signing letters of intent to participate in collegiate athletics during the early signing period, which started Nov. 14.

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Cypress Ranch High School softball players pose for photos after signing letters of intent to their respective colleges Nov. 14. Seated (from left) are Mikaela Lopez (Stephen F. Austin State University), Ashley Colonnetta (Seton Hall University), Kylie Baldwin (Aurora University) and Ruby Fernandez (Midland University). Standing (from left) are Olivia Yargo (Galveston College), Ashley Croft (University of Texas at Tyler), Abby Shull (Massachusetts Institute of Technology) and Gabi Lopez (Blinn College).
Cypress Ranch High School softball players pose for photos after signing letters of intent to their respective colleges Nov. 14. Seated (from left) are Mikaela Lopez (Stephen F. Austin State University), Ashley Colonnetta (Seton Hall University), Kylie Baldwin (Aurora University) and Ruby Fernandez (Midland University). Standing (from left) are Olivia Yargo (Galveston College), Ashley Croft (University of Texas at Tyler), Abby Shull (Massachusetts Institute of Technology) and Gabi Lopez (Blinn College).

“It is so gratifying to see so many CFISD athletes fulfill a life-long dream by signing National Letters of Intent today,” said Ray Zepeda, CFISD director of athletics. “We are proud of the students, coaches and programs in regards to their accomplishments on and off the field. To be considered for an athletic scholarship, athletes must meet stringent academic requirements as well as be great athletes. We celebrate with their families today and wish our athletes the best of luck as they continue their academic and athletic careers at the next level.”

The following athletes signed or planned to sign during the early signing period:

Cy-Fair High School

Cy-Fair High School senior Peyton Chatagnier (center) poses with Bobcat baseball coaches (from left) Ryan Bradshaw, Billy Hardin, Walter Robb and Torrey Ognoskie after signing a letter of intent to the University of Mississippi on Nov. 14.
Cy-Fair High School senior Peyton Chatagnier (center) poses with Bobcat baseball coaches (from left) Ryan Bradshaw, Billy Hardin, Walter Robb and Torrey Ognoskie after signing a letter of intent to the University of Mississippi on Nov. 14.

Baseball

  • Peyton Chatagnier, University of Mississippi

Softball

  • Kennedy Picou, Texas State University
  • Lindsey Rawls, Grayson College
  • Hannah Scheaffer, Sam Houston State University

Cypress Lakes High School

Cypress Lakes High School senior Brooke Hudson smiles after signing her letter of intent to play college volleyball at Colorado State University on Nov. 14.
Cypress Lakes High School senior Brooke Hudson smiles after signing her letter of intent to play college volleyball at Colorado State University on Nov. 14.

Volleyball

  • Brooke Hudson, Colorado State University

Cypress Ranch High School

Cypress Ranch High School baseball players (from left) Jared Alvarez-Lopez (McNeese State University), Matthew Thompson (Texas A&M University), J.J. Goss (Texas A&M University), Ryan Peters (Sam Houston State University) and Jake Hymel (San Jacinto College) pose for photos after signing letters of intent to their respective colleges at a ceremony at the school Nov. 14.
Cypress Ranch High School baseball players (from left) Jared Alvarez-Lopez (McNeese State University), Matthew Thompson (Texas A&M University), J.J. Goss (Texas A&M University), Ryan Peters (Sam Houston State University) and Jake Hymel (San Jacinto College) pose for photos after signing letters of intent to their respective colleges at a ceremony at the school Nov. 14.
Cypress Ranch High School senior Jake Combs smiles after signing his letter of intent to play college baseball at the University of Louisiana at Lafayette on Nov. 14.
Cypress Ranch High School senior Jake Combs smiles after signing his letter of intent to play college baseball at the University of Louisiana at Lafayette on Nov. 14.

Baseball

  • Jared Alvarez-Lopez, McNeese State University
  • Jake Combs, University of Louisiana at Lafayette
  • J.J. Goss, Texas A&M University
  • Jake Hymel, San Jacinto College
  • Ryan Peters, Sam Houston State University
  • Matthew Thompson, Texas A&M University
Cypress Ranch High School senior Kat Baehren (second from right) poses with her family after signing a letter of intent to play college soccer at the University of Alabama on Nov. 14.
Cypress Ranch High School senior Kat Baehren (second from right) poses with her family after signing a letter of intent to play college soccer at the University of Alabama on Nov. 14.

Soccer

  • Kat Baehren, University of Alabama

Softball

  • Kylie Baldwin, Aurora University
  • Ashley Colonnetta, Seton Hall University
  • Ashley Croft, University of Texas at Tyler
  • Ruby Fernandez, Midland University
  • Gabi Lopez, Blinn College
  • Mikaela Lopez, Stephen F. Austin State University
  • Abby Shull, Massachusetts Institute of Technology
  • Olivia Yargo, Galveston College
Cypress Ranch High School senior Melissa LaMette smiles after signing her letter of intent to play tennis at California Polytechnic State University on Nov. 14.
Cypress Ranch High School senior Melissa LaMette smiles after signing her letter of intent to play tennis at California Polytechnic State University on Nov. 14.

Tennis

  • Melissa LaMette, California Polytechnic State University
Cypress Ranch High School volleyball players (from left) Sabrina Sustala (Texas A&M University), Peyton Necole DeBello (Mississippi State University), Michelle Klein (Arkansas State Unviersity) and Elayne Grisbee (University of North Carolina at Greensboro) pose with Mustang coaches Patricia Phillips (left) and Candice Fuchs after signing letters of intent to their respective colleges at a ceremony at the school Nov. 14.
Cypress Ranch High School volleyball players (from left) Sabrina Sustala (Texas A&M University), Peyton Necole DeBello (Mississippi State University), Michelle Klein (Arkansas State Unviersity) and Elayne Grisbee (University of North Carolina at Greensboro) pose with Mustang coaches Patricia Phillips (left) and Candice Fuchs after signing letters of intent to their respective colleges at a ceremony at the school Nov. 14.

Volleyball

  • Peyton Necole DeBello, Mississippi State University
  • Elayne Grisbee, University of North Carolina at Greensboro
  • Michelle Klein, Arkansas State Unviersity
  • Sabrina Sustala, Texas A&M University

Wrestling

  • Jarod Camacho, Fort Hays State University

Cypress Woods High School

Baseball

  • Dylan Bourgeois, Angelina College
  • Cole Grimes, University of St. Thomas
  • Luke Nagy, University of Mary Hardin-Baylor
  • Cullen Sherrill, Angelina College
  • Tanner Sherrill, Angelina College
  • Jack Williams, McLennan Community College

Soccer

  • Kelly Hines, McNeese State University
  • Bailey Peschel, Texas State University
Cypress Woods High School senior Reagan Bob (right) smiles after signing her letter of intent to play volleyball at Howard University at a ceremony at the school Nov. 14.
Cypress Woods High School senior Reagan Bob (right) smiles after signing her letter of intent to play volleyball at Howard University at a ceremony at the school Nov. 14.

Volleyball

  • Reagan Bob, Howard University

Jersey Village High School

Jersey Village High School seniors Kayleigh Truong (left) and Kaylynne Truong pose after signing letters of intent to play basketball at Gonzaga University on Nov. 14. (Photo by Beau Brittain, Jersey Village HS)
Jersey Village High School seniors Kayleigh Truong (left) and Kaylynne Truong pose after signing letters of intent to play basketball at Gonzaga University on Nov. 14. (Photo by Beau Brittain, Jersey Village HS)

Basketball

  • Kayleigh Truong, Gonzaga University
  • Kaylynne Truong, Gonzaga University
Jersey Village High School soccer player Jonathan Cervantes smiles after signing his letter of intent to the University of Tulsa at a ceremony Nov. 14. (Photo by Beau Brittain, Jersey Village HS)
Jersey Village High School soccer player Jonathan Cervantes smiles after signing his letter of intent to the University of Tulsa at a ceremony Nov. 14. (Photo by Beau Brittain, Jersey Village HS)

Soccer

  • Jonathan Cervantes, University of Tulsa
Jersey Village High School senior Abriana Whitfield smiles after signing her letter of intent on Nov. 14 to play softball at Texas Woman’s University. (Photo by Beau Brittain, Jersey Village HS)
Jersey Village High School senior Abriana Whitfield smiles after signing her letter of intent on Nov. 14 to play softball at Texas Woman’s University. (Photo by Beau Brittain, Jersey Village HS)

Softball

  • Abriana Whitfield, Texas Woman’s University
Jersey Village High School volleyball player Alexis Marion poses after signing a letter of intent to Prairie View A&M University at a ceremony Nov. 14. (Photo by Beau Brittain, Jersey Village HS)
Jersey Village High School volleyball player Alexis Marion poses after signing a letter of intent to Prairie View A&M University at a ceremony Nov. 14. (Photo by Beau Brittain, Jersey Village HS)

Volleyball

  • Alexis Marion, Prairie View A&M University
Jersey Village High School senior Katie Gill smiles after signing her letter of intent on Nov. 14 for water polo at Marist College. (Photo by Beau Brittain, Jersey Village HS)
Jersey Village High School senior Katie Gill smiles after signing her letter of intent on Nov. 14 for water polo at Marist College. (Photo by Beau Brittain, Jersey Village HS)

Water Polo

  • Katie Gill, Marist College

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