Hartnell has a long history of student athletes earning scholarships and competing at 4 year institutions. We would like to recognize those who have chosen to continue their career at the next level. Congratulations to all who are transferring and those who are continuing their athletic careers at their respective institutions. We are proud Panthers!
List of student-athletes that signed their Letter of Intent for 2017-2018 academic year:
Donyae Moody, signed a full-ride Football scholarship to Marshall University in West Virginia.
Miguel Mendez, signed a full-ride Football scholarship to Grambling State University.
Joshua Deck, signed a full-ride Football scholarship to Concord University in West Virginia.
Jarrett Banks, signed a full-ride scholarship to Fairmont State University, in West Virginia.
Leobardo Perez, signed to attend Bethel College in North Newton, Kansas.
Priscilla Ruiz, signing to attend University of Antelope Valley.
Vanessa Moreno, signing to attend Salem International University.
Javier Alfaro, signed a full-ride Soccer Scholarship to California State University Fullerton.
Andres Camacho, signed to attend La Sierra University.
Cross Country/Track & Field:
Edgar Bonilla, signed to attend San Jose State University.
Mario Perez, Jr. signed to attend San Jose State University.
Jorge Sanchez signed to attend University of Alaska Anchorage in Anchorage, Alaska.
Yvette Felix, signed to attend East Central Oklahoma University in Enid, Oklahoma.
Zack Davis, signed to attend Valley City State University in Valley City, North Dakota.
Louis Leon, signed to attend Valley City State University in Valley City, North Dakota.
Andrew Martinez, signed to attend University of Saint Francis in Joliet, Illinois.
Angel Mejia, Jr., signed to attend University of Saint Francis in Joliet, Illinois.
Jose Ruiz, signed to attend Missouri Valley College in Marshall, Missouri.
Beatriz Duarte, signed to attend Univeristy of Hawaii-Hilo in Hilo, Hawaii.
Lizette Garcia, signed to attend University of Hawaii-Hilo in Hilo, Hawaii.
Jimmy Torres signed to attend Concordia University in Nebraska.