Wildcat athletes sign to play at 3 colleges

Khamondre Phillips (left) with Coach Lonnie Jordan.

Lake Highlands High hosted its final Signing Day ceremony of the year Monday, with three varsity seniors signing letters of intent to play sports at the college level.

Micah Stiggers will be on the volleyball and track teams at Southeastern Oklahoma State University, Khamondre Phillips will play football for Wayland Baptist University and Solomon Mitchell will play basketball at Brookhaven College.

The accomplishments indicate the hard work and dedication of student athletes, as well as their coaches, teammates and teachers. Congratulations, all.

Coach Alonna Miller (left), Micah Stiggers (center), and Coach Abbey Perez.

Head Coach Joe Duffield (center) with assistant coaches Travis Hallam and Zac Haug. Solomon Mitchell is in front.

By |2019-05-22T14:16:34-05:00May 22nd, 2019|Football, Lake Highlands High School, News, Richardson ISD, Sports|0 Comments

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