The list of high school athletes moving on to the collegiate level continues to grow, as another Warrenton senior signed a letter of intent last week.
In a home ceremony, Warrior Melia Kapua signed to play volleyball at Clackamas Community College this fall.
Kapua was an all-league libero last season for the Warriors, the two-time defending Coastal Range League champions who had all six starters on the Coast Range’s all-league team in 2019.
Kapua joins four other Warrenton athletes who have signed letters of intent since last winter: Devin Jackson, Clackamas baseball; Austin Little, Linn-Benton Community College baseball; Jake Morrow, Linn-Benton baseball; and Kenzie Ramsey, Lower Columbia College basketball.
College athletes, 2020-21
Brooklynn Hankwitz, Linn-Benton basketball
Julia Norris, Clackamas softball
Hailey O’Brien, Linn-Benton basketball
Michael Postlewait, Dallas Baptist bass fishing
Dylan Rush, Linn-Benton baseball
Devin Jackson, Clackamas baseball
Melia Kapua, Clackamas volleyball
Austin Little, Linn-Benton baseball
Jake Morrow, Linn-Benton baseball
Kenzie Ramsey, Lower Columbia basketball
Kanai Phillip, Western Oregon football
Eli Takalo, Mt. Hood baseball
Madelynn Weaver, Blue Mountain softball
Mason Westerholm, Mt. Hood basketball
Hunter Nisbett, Grays Harbor basketball
Daniel Whiting, Clark cross-country
Ethan Lindstrom, Linn-Benton baseball
Kinley Hoag, Pierce volleyball
Dawson Evenson, Linn-Benton baseball
Luke Roth, Lane soccer
Whitney Averill, Linfield track
Bryan Contreras-Villa, Lane soccer
Lexie Crabtree, Clark basketball
Perry Reeder, Western Oregon football
James Baglai, Centralia baseball
Jordan Walters, Chemeketa volleyball