Lakota West Firebirds

    Five More Lakota West Athletes Sign College Commitments

    West Chester, OH (May 4, 2022)

    Lakota West Athletic Department hosted one last athletic spring signing event on Wednesday afternoon in the Lakota West “War Room” hosting five more Firebirds from the Class of 2022 (Link to COMPLETE list of 2022 West Signings). This brings the total to 48 signed student-athletes for the Lakota West Class of 2022. Twenty-five Senior Firebirds signed their commitment letters last month to continue their academic and athletic careers at their respective schools (link to article). A total of seven football seniors have already signed earlier in the school year (link to early football signing, link to regular football signing). The Firebirds also saw 13 student-athletes sign in the fall signing ceremony in November. (Link to fall story).


    Hanna Mulholland-Soccer– U. of the Cumberlands


    Hanna plays club soccer for the Butler County Fury and is a four-year Lakota West Cross Country athlete. “Hanna has played club soccer for me and Butler Fury throughout her Jr. High and High School years.  During that time I have seen Hanna develop into a skilled, strong, and aggressive player with a strong soccer IQ.   She is part of the foundation of my backline but literally can play anywhere as she understands the field and how to help the team. On a personal note, Hanna is one of the nicest, smartest, most charismatic young women I know.  She is very positive and brings joy to those around her. It’s been a pleasure to be able to coach her over the years,” said Butler Fury Soccer Club Coach Jason Spruance.


    Gabi Nelson-Soccer-Lawrence Tech University


    Gabi was a first year player in the program and earned 2nd-Team All-GMC at goalkeeper. In ten games, she only allowed five goals scored. “Gabi joined the program for her Senior season and we sure wish we could have had more time with her! She has been nothing but an absolute light and positive addition to this program. Gabi exemplifies the character, attitude, leadership, skill, and determination to pursue dreams and goals, that we encourage each of our young ladies to exude. We are so excited to see what Gabi continues to accomplish in not just her playing career, but her academic endeavors and the mentorship she is bound to have on friends, teammates, and peers. We are thrilled to see Gabi pursue her career at the next level!” said Lakota West Head Coach Brigit Reder.


    Cade Morgan-Soccer– Bellarmine University


    Cade is a two time All-GMC soccer athlete and a three year varsity starter. He finishes his HS career with 15 goals and three assists. “Cade is a tremendous athlete who has a great deal of pace and is extremely dangerous in the attack.  I am looking forward to following his career as you continues to play in college,” said Lakota West Head Coach Rick Cooper.


    Kyler Hagstrom-Soccer– Wittenberg University


    The two year varsity starter was a defensive specialists for the Firebirds. “Kyler is a very intelligent player who sees the game extremely well. He will definitely have an impact on the Wittenberg soccer program,” said Lakota West Head Coach Rick Cooper. 


    Kaiya Markley-Volleyball– Tiffin University


    “Kaiya is a good defensive player and serve receiver.  Kaiya will bring her enthusiasm and positive energy to Tiffin University,” said Lakota West Head Coach Tracey Kornau.

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