Brazos Valley high school athletes sign November letters of intent

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BRYAN, Texas (KBTX) -- Nearly two dozen Brazos Valley high school student athletes signed college and university letters of intent for a number of sports today.

College Station had 13 kids sign their letters of intent. 7 softball players signed today, the most in school history. The Couagrs won three straight district titles. Brionna Warren won't be going far, as she committed to Texas A&M. Bre is an all-state center-fielder, All Brazos Valley, and 2019 district MVP.

Hailey Hudson is a two-time all-state pitcher and all-Brazos Valley, and she chose to sign with the University of Houston.

Jessica Carreon is going to the University of Texas - Arlington. She's an all-Brazos Valley second baseman and received multi-first team all district honors.

Hannah Schnettler is a 4 year letterman, 4 year starter first baseman with multi-all district awards. She signed with the University of Texas - Tyler.

Nicole Goggin is also a 4 year letterman, 4 year starter third baseman with multi-all district awards. Goggin will be going to Union University.

Jalen Perez is a 4 year letterman, 4 year starter outfielder, She signed with Tyler Junior College.

Hannah Paul is a first year varsity player, and she signed with Kansas Wesleyan.

The Cougar baseball team had a couple of signees. Zachary Childers is trading in his purple and black for green and gold to go play for Baylor.

Teammate Dillon Janac is also going division one to play ball at Rice University.

Volleyball standout Kate Georgiades is committed to TCU. She's the school record holder for career digs with 1,821 and career aces with 146.

College Station golfer Zoe Kelton signed to play for the University of Mary Hardin Baylor. Kelton is a 3 year letterman and a first team all-district selection. Last year, she helped lead the Cougars to their first state tournament run.

For the first time in College Station history, Gymnastics has athletes signing to compete at the next level. Kayln Duijka and Katelyn Kolodziejczyk are both headed to University of Mary Hardin Baylor for Acro and Tumbling. Both Duijka and Kolodziejczyk are multiple-regional champions.

There were a pair of signings at Bryan High School. Lady Viking volleyball standout Susan 'Coco' Gillett signed her letter of intent to continue her volleyball career at Stephen F. Austin over in Nacogdoches. She currently holds 5 individual school records in volleyball and surpassed 2-thousand kills this season.

Meanwwhile Claire Beesaw will stay closer to home to continue competitive horse riding as a member of the Texas A&M Equestrian team. Claire will join her sister Evelyn who also rides for the Aggies. Claire began competitive riding at the age of 9 and chose Texas A&M over South Carolina.

Up at Centerville High School Hannah Matthews signed a basketball letter of intent to continue her Abilene Christian University.

Hannah chose A-C-U over Southern Nazarene in Oklahoma. She was a four year letter winner for the Lady Tigers and was an All Region selection as a post player last year averaging just over 13 points per game.

At A&M Consolidated six student athlete made their future plans official. Maddie Mckinney signed a letter of intent to play volleyball at Houston Baptist. McKinney finished her high school career with 1270 digs and 120 kills.

Right handed pitcher Garrett Wright signed to play baseball at TCU. He was a member of the 2019 Texas Rangers Area Code team.

Daniel Altman signed to play baseball for Lamar. The middle infielder was a second team all district selection last season.

Outfielder Colson Sledge is headed to East Texas Baptist. He was a first team all district selection last season.

Utility player James Vaughn will head across the Red River to play at Southwestern Christian in Bethany, Oklahoma.

Infielder Connor Kaiser signed with Angelina College. He was a second team all district selection last season.