HAMBLETON - Six Tucker County student-athletes recently signed letter of intents at area colleges during a ceremony inside the school's gymnasium.
Chris Freeman, Amanda Phillips and Joannah Dyer all signed with West Virginia Wesleyan to participate in track and field.
Freeman qualified for this year's state meet in the 200- and 400-meter dashes.
Six Tucker County High School student-athletes recently sign letters of intent to play at the college level. They include, from left, Chris Freeman, Amanda Phillips, Joannah Dyer, Mariah Bowley, Shannon Whitehair and Kevin McDermott.
Phillips competed in running events for the Mountain Lions, while Dyer was a discus thrower.
Whitehair and Bowley were both standouts on the school's softball team, and will now join Wesleyan's traditional powerhouse squad, which captured the Mountain East title this past spring and is a NCAA Division II tourney regular.
Bowley also played basketball at Tucker County.
McDermott signed with Davis &?Elkins.
The future Senator was one of the top hitters for the Mountain Lions during his career and also suits up for Elkins American Legion Post 29 during the summer.