Area High School Athletes Sign to Play in NCAA

Princess Aghayere (front left) will play at Upenn next year/Credit: Christy Winters Scott

Three athletes from South Lakes High School and four from Herndon High signed national letters of intent this week to play Division I sports in college.

The National Letter of Intent early signing period opened on Wednesday.

South Lakes High School

Princess Aghayere, women’s basketball — University of Pennsylvania. The 6-foot-1 Aghayere led the Seahawks in rebounding, including grabbing 22 in a game against Madison,, in 2013-14.

Delaney Wickman, track and field — Northeastern University. Wickman was a state meet participant last spring, taking third with the girls 4×400 relay and fifth in both the 200 meters and 400 meters.

Brandon Kamga, men’s basketball — Northeastern University. Kamga is a 6-foot-4 shooting guard who scored in double figures in every SLHS game last season.

Herndon High School 

Ashley Schnarrs,  softball — George Washington University. Schnarrs plays with HHS teammate Martire on the Vienna Stars travel team.

Melanie Martire  — softball — St. Francis (Pa.). Martire plays catcher and third base.

Ryan McLaughlin, men’s lacrosse — High Point University. McLaughlin also passed for 14 touchdowns as quarterback of the Herndon football team this season.

Taylor Stone, field hockey — University of Louisville. Stone had 23 regular-season goals and 20 assists to lead the Hornets to an 18-2 regular-season record this fall.

Photo: SLHS basketball player Brandon Kamga signed this week to play basketball at Northeastern University next season/Credit: Seahawk Sports

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