Warriors to continue athletic pursuits in college

Jun 21, 2018
Courtesy of: Karl Swenson Edmonds-Woodway’s Hannah Hicks signed a letter of intent to continue her track and field career at Montana State University. Hicks wrapped her senior year by winning the 3A state long jump title.

Four Edmonds-Woodway High School athletes, who are now graduates, settled on their college plans last week.

The four signed letters of intent to continue their athletic careers at schools around the corner and across the country.

Hannah Hicks will pursue her track and field career at Montana State University in Bozeman, Montana. Hicks closed out her high school career by winning the long jump at the 3A state girls track and field championships. Hicks also earned second-team, all-league goalkeeper honors for the Warriors soccer team.

A pair of baseball players are headed to two local programs. Julian Kodama will play for Seattle University and Jalil Marinez has signed on at Edmonds Community College in Lynnwood.

The two helped lead the Warriors to a fourth place finish at the 3A state tournament. Kodama earned first-team, all-league recognition as a pitcher and infielder and Marinez was a first-team outfielder. Marinez also played football.

Samantha Hardan will be traveling the furthest, as she will head across the country to Babson College in Babson Park, Massachusetts, where she will play volleyball. Hardan earned second-team, all-league recognition as a libero for the Warriors.

Hicks, Marinez and Hardan signed their letters on Wednesday, June 13, and Kodama signed his on Thursday, June 14, at Edmonds-Woodway High School. The school’s commencement ceremony was held Saturday, June 16, at Edmonds Stadium.

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