Four Natrona County High School athletes signed college letter's of intent on Tuesday and two of them will be going to Division 1 schools. Volleyball player Grace Dubay made it official bu signing with Utah State of the Mountain West Conference. She is a 2 time all state player who looked terrific on the court after missing nearly an entire season after a major knee injury. Dubay is Natrona's career leader in digs and 3rd in kills. Trackster Hunter Brown will take his ability to Laramie to compete for the University of Wyoming, Brown won the 4A state championship in the long jump and took 2nd in the triple jump. He's also ran relays for his Mustang squad.

Sarah Galles will be headed to Black Hills State in South Dakota to play golf. She finished in 3rd place at the 4A State Tournament in the fall with rounds of 83 and 81. Korlyn Sweeney will play softball at Colby Community College in Kansas as a catcher. Since softball isn't a sanctioned sport in Wyoming, it was a unique challenge for Sweeney not only to play softball but get recruited for softball. She played for the Wyoming Pride club team, playing numerous games in multiple out of state locales.

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