Former Pusch Ridge distance runner Emmanuel Corral signed his letter of intent to compete for Pima.
“Emmanuel is one of the top distance seniors in the city. He will add strength to our men’s XC team and men’s distance program,” Pima interim track & field head coach Chad Harrison said in a release by the program.
Former Mountain View and Pima standout Kendall Deeter committed to play for Fort Lewis on Friday.
Deeter, a 6-1 middle blocker, finished her career with the Aztecs with 311 kills and 123 blocks.
I’m happy to announce that I verbally committed to play for Fort Lewis college, thank you to all my coaches, family & friends for supporting me!!💙@PimaVolleyball @flcvolleyball @PimaAthletics pic.twitter.com/cN58Jc8CWX
— keny (@kendalldeeter) May 9, 2020
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