Area athletes put ink to paper

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The Saint Thomas More Cavaliers celebrated a pair of letter of intent signings earlier Wednesday afternoon.
Volleyball standout Ashley Wojcik signed to play for Morningside College in Sioux City, Iowa.

'Her way of teaching and coaching is just something that I really like about her. And it's not just playing volleyball, it's about having that relationship with her player and wanting her to succeed. Not just in volleyball, but in life.'>

Luke Julian was the lone senior on this year's Cavalier Cross Country team, but parlayed his efforts into a letter of intent for the Colorado School of Mines.
Julian may be moving out of state, but as a member of the R-MAC, he'll be a manageable distance from home.

Julian will major in engineering, though he's not sure in which discipline, while Wojcik plans to major in Business Management.

Meanwhile, over at Central, the Cobblers celebrated two more of their own signing national letters of intent.
Basketball player Carlie Wolf put ink to paper signing a national letter of intent to play for Dakota State in the fall.
Moments later, Dayten Oistad followed suit, signing to play soccer at Sheridan College in Wyoming.