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Amador Valley athlete makes Division I commitment
Amador Valley senior receiver and defensive back Josh Heverly committed to a Division I university, announcing he will soon attend the University of San Diego in the FCS.
Heverly committed to San Diego over numerous other offers, including Air Force and Morehead State – both of which are also Division I programs.
At Amador Valley, Heverly is a standout in every which way, earning himself first team honors at both receiver and defensive back as a junior after going for 716 receiving yards, 25 tackles and four interceptions in the Dons’ special 2019 season that featured an East Bay Athletic League Valley Division title.
Leaks announces college destination
Vacaville Christian senior receiver Jaron Leaks put an end to his recruitment Monday evening.
Leaks committed to Western Oregon, a Division II school whose most previous season in 2019 ended with a 7-4 record. Leaks chose Western Oregon over offers from the Georgia Knights Prep Academy, La Verne, Lawrence Tech, Pacific, UC Davis, Valley City State and Whittier.
Despite injury last year, Leaks tore apart opponents in an incredible campaign for Vacaville Christian, improving its win total from one in 2018 to seven in 2019 – along with a Sac-Joaquin Section Division VII semifinals appearance – as Leaks tallied 395 receiving yards and 40 tackles.
Clayton Valley lineman picks Cal Poly
Clayton Valley Charter senior offensive lineman Tyler Charbonneau committed to Cal Poly just two weeks following a preferred walk-on offer from the coaching staff.
Charbonneau and the Ugly Eagles provided a masterful postseason a year ago, following up a 5-5 record against a daunting East Bay Athletic League schedule with five straight wins and a state championship.
Marin Catholic duo caps recruiting process
Two Marin Catholic football players committed to the next level.
Senior linebacker Jared Lyon committed to the College of Idaho, picking the College of Idaho over an October offer from Rocky Mountain College.
Fellow senior, lineman Cameron Taylor, committed to the United States Merchant Marine Academy.
Granada baseball star is off to Pac-12
Granada sophomore left-handed pitcher and first baseball Josh Morano pledged to a Pac-12 school on Friday.
Morano picked the University of Arizona, a program that has made two College World Series appearances since 2012.
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