Tuesday, April 21, 2015

Ramey, Quillen to Sign Their Letters of Intent This Week

Todd Ramey in a game in the 2013 season. G. Michael Graham, photo. 
Two Highlands athletes have made their college decisions and will sign their letters of intent at their respective schools this week.

Highlands High School baseball player Todd Ramey will sign a letter of intent to play baseball at Georgetown College. The signing will be held at 3pm on Tuesday, April 21, 2015, in the media center at Highlands High School.

Ramey is a three-year starter with a batting average of .396 over that time period.

"Todd is being rewarded for his hard work, determination and commitment to become a better baseball player,” said head baseball coach Jeremy Baioni.  “It has been a dream of his to get an opportunity to continue his playing career at the next level.  I am extremely proud of the baseball player and young man Todd has become.  Georgetown College is getting a great young man."



Highlands High School softball player Whitney Quillen will sign a letter of intent to play softball at Thomas More College. The signing will be held at 3pm on Friday, April 24, 2015, in the media center at Highlands High School.

Quillen’s batting average has lingered in the mid 400's in her four years at Highlands. Additionally, she has won two team defensive Player of the Year awards and is working on her third.

"Whitney is one of the toughest competitors I have ever coached,” said head softball coach Rob Coffey. “She leads by example and her example is ferocious! Whitney has a plethoric passion for softball.”

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