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JOHN HANCOCK: Senior Bella Druding signs her contract making her commitment to William Jessup University official.

Three Bearcats officially sign to be college athletes

Whether it be the familiar cheers at football games, or the gun signaling the start of a race, seniors Isabella Druding, Madeline Loff, and Kendall Moffitt have made waves at PRHS as some of the top athletes on campus. The three girls will continue their sporting careers into college with Druding joining the stunt team at William Jessup University, Loff joining the cross country team at Chico State, and Moffitt joining the swim team at Cal Lutheran. 

The signing took place on Feb 3, National Signing Day, as well as National Girls and Women’s in Sports Day at the PRHS practice field where social distancing regulations were obeyed and masks were worn. 

As the athletic director, Tori Loney moderated the event. The girls each gave a small speech along with their coaches.

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Druding signed her letter of intent for William Jessup University for the stunt team after four years on the cheer and stunt team at PRHS. She is currently an acting captain for the cheer team and is known for her tumbling and flying.

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Loff signed her letter of intent for Chico State to run cross country after a lengthy running career at PRHS spending four years on the varsity cross country team and two on the varsity track and field team.

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Moffitt signed her letter of intent for Cal Lutheran’s swim team after four years on PRHS’s varsity swim team. 

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