Signing Day 2014: the stories

The first day of the regular signing period has come and (almost) gone. In case you missed it, here are the stories we covered today and the links to those stories.

Joe Mixon signed with Oklahoma, as expected, and teammate Patrick Choudja chose Nevada in a special day for the Freedom High football program. 

De La Salle always seems to send a ton of athletes to four-year schools. This year was no different for the Spartans.

El Cerrito’s football players wasted no time in signing their letters of intent, and Arizona State’s Todd Graham, for one, couldn’t be happier about two of the Gauchos players coming to Tempe.

Deer Valley’s Nsimba Webster decided that family trumped all, as he chose to sign with Eastern Washington, along with twin brother Nzuzi.

Here’s the list of East Bay athletes, including soccer players, boys water polo players, and cross country/track and field stars who have signed or are expected to sign letters of intent in this period.

Curtis Pashelka

  • vincent

    Tyler Pangia of Amador Valley Dons Mens Soccer team of the EBAL signed a letter of Intent with The University of the Pacific yesterday

  • Soccerman

    Derek Wilcox a goalkeeper at Granada high school signed a letter of intent with Utah Valley University on Wednesday. D1 men’s soccer in the WAC

  • PVC

    Wow, that’s great to hear. Is Pacific a D1 or D2 program

  • KC


  • Prep Fan 1

    Spencer Jaye of SRV soccer heading to Hawaii is a female, not a male.

  • SL pirate

    encinal coach resigns and all the players have left……….wow they are in trouble