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NATIONAL SIGNING DAY

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NATIONAL SIGNING DAY

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  • Cole Crosswhite (seated center) will be traveling east to continue his football career. The Kingfisher senior on Wednesday signed a National Letter of Intent to play for East Central University in Ada. Among those at his ceremony were: seated from left, J
  • Kingfisher senior Creighton Bugg (seated center) will be playing baseball at NOC-Tonkawa next year after signing a National Letter of Intent on Wednesday. Bugg is seated with his stepfather Clint Snodgrass, mother Jennifer Snodgrass and standing is his si
  • Logun Burnham (seated center) was one of six Kingfisher student-athletes on Wednesday to sign a National Letter of Intent. Burnham will be playing football at Southwestern Oklahoma State University in Weatherford. Among those at his signing ceremony were
  • Kingfisher’s Trey Green (seated center) weighed multiple options for both basketball and football, but ultimately signed to play basketball Wednesday at Oklahoma Baptist University in Shawnee. Joining him at his signing ceremony Wednesday were his paren
  • KHS senior Declan Haub (seated center) will be continuing his football career at Emporia State University in Kansas. He’s the second Yellowjacket to sign with ESU in recent years, joining Landon Nault, who just finished his career with the Hornets. At h
  • Kingfisher senior Jett Sternberger (seated center) signed his National Letter of Intent to play basketball at Rogers State University in Claremore. He was joined by his parents Jason and Jackie Sternberger and younger brother, Jax Sternberger. Jett Sternb