Redmond High athletes signed letters of intent to play in college on Feb. 7. They are, from left to right, Ilan Piker, soccer, Cornell; Mara Kipnis, softball, Williams College; Natalie Daub, soccer, Hawaii; and Cameron Kieneker, soccer, Eastern Washington. Courtesy of Brian Kipnis

Redmond High athletes signed letters of intent to play in college on Feb. 7. They are, from left to right, Ilan Piker, soccer, Cornell; Mara Kipnis, softball, Williams College; Natalie Daub, soccer, Hawaii; and Cameron Kieneker, soccer, Eastern Washington. Courtesy of Brian Kipnis

Signing day for Redmond Stangs

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Redmond High athletes signed letters of intent to play in college on Feb. 7. They are, from left to right, Ilan Piker, soccer, Cornell; Mara Kipnis, softball, Williams College; Natalie Daub, soccer, Hawaii; and Cameron Kieneker, soccer, Eastern Washington. Courtesy of Brian Kipnis

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