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St. Ignatius lineman commits to Air Force
St. Ignatius senior offensive lineman Jack Burnett announced he will play at one of the country’s military academies in college.
Burnett committed to Air Force last week, becoming the Falcons’ 45th commitment in the 2021 recruiting class, according to 247Sports.
Last year, Burnett was a first team all-league selection in the West Catholic Athletic League while helping St. Ignatius to a share of the WCAL crown and a trip to the Central Coast Section Division I playoffs.
Amador Valley standout makes college decision
Amador Valley star linebacker Spencer Oxe is off to the next level.
Oxe, a first team all-league honoree in the East Bay Athletic League as a junior, picked Puget Sound as his college destination over offers from Cobber, Hamline, Trine and Whittier.
Oxe finished with a team-high 78 tackles and nine tackles for loss in 2019, as he and the Dons compiled an 8-2 regular season mark and won the EBAL Valley division title.
Heritage softball player to Boise State
Heritage softball’s Kasey Aguinaga is Division I bound.
Aguinaga, only a junior at Heritage, committed to Boise State during the week and will join a softball program that went 14-11 this past season before the remainder of the schedule was canceled amidst the COVID-19 pandemic.
Boise State won 36-plus games in 2018 and 2019, appearing in the NCAA Tournament in both of those years.
Local baseball stars commit
A pair of Bay Area baseball players chose their respective college baseball homes.
Dougherty Valley junior Tyler Durant committed to George Fox on Saturday. In four games as a junior, Durant notched two RBI, coming off the heels of a dominant sophomore season in 2019 when he hit .373 and recorded 15 RBI.
Heritage senior pitcher Carson Glavich committed and signed with New Mexico Highlands, part of a stellar Patriots senior class filled with two other signings next to him last week in Felix Dominguez (Minot State) and Gavin Tonkel (Sacramento State).
Offers galore for Bay Area football players
Countless Bay Area football players hauled in offers to compete collegiately over the past seven days. Here is a list of some of the latest offers:
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