From left to right, Redmond High senior athletes Connor Barison, Sean Kato and Connor Golembeski sign their national letters of intent earlier this month in the school career center in front of family, friends and coaches. Barison will play baseball at Washington State University, Kato will golf at Oregon State University and Golembeski will golf at University of California, Berkeley. Courtesy photo

From left to right, Redmond High senior athletes Connor Barison, Sean Kato and Connor Golembeski sign their national letters of intent earlier this month in the school career center in front of family, friends and coaches. Barison will play baseball at Washington State University, Kato will golf at Oregon State University and Golembeski will golf at University of California, Berkeley. Courtesy photo

Stangs sign on to play in college

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From left to right, Redmond High senior athletes Connor Barison, Sean Kato and Connor Golembeski sign their national letters of intent earlier this month in the school career center in front of family, friends and coaches. Barison will play baseball at Washington State University, Kato will golf at Oregon State University and Golembeski will golf at University of California, Berkeley. Courtesy photo

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