The Class of 2014 at Francis Parker School added seven more names to the list of students who will be playing a sport in college during the 2014-15 school year. All seven were on hand at the San Diego Hall of Champions event on February 5 to sign their names to National Letters of Intent.
The students who were recognized for their accomplishments are Tanner Aiono of Bonita, Gwennie Gardiner of Mission Hills, Randee Holman of La Mesa, Elisa Martinez of El Cajon, Ayman Mayberry of Chula Vista, Milan Marrero of Point Loma, and Zach Schmid of Scripps Ranch.
Gardiner, Randee Holman Kelley and Martinez all play for the undefeated Parker girls soccer team, which, after Tuesday’s win at The Bishop’s School, has an 18-0-2 record in 2014. The Parker football team posted a 10-1 record in 2013, falling in the CIF SDS Division III quarterfinals.
These seven join four other Lancers who signed national letters of intent during the NCAA early signing period in November, including Evan Fitzner, Michaela Dews, Kate Pasterkiewicz and Estelle Wong.