Christiansburg, Northside sign star athletes to next level

Blue Demons sign six, Vikings two

CHRISTIANSBURG, Va. -    It was a landmark day for six seniors at Christiansburg High School Monday as they signed letters of intent. Three students will run cross-county at the next level, Anna McGlamery is heading to the University of Mary Washington.

  Nathan Morton will attend West Virginia Tech and Henry Quesenberry will run at Emory and Henry. Erik Eva chose Davidson College to continue his wrestling career.

Megan Cummings will swim at George Mason University, and C-H-S athletic director Tim Cromer's daughter Kaylyn signed with Liberty for track and field.

 "It's really awesome and it's pretty neat the NCAA allows an early signing period so they get an opportunity to do that, but we are very proud of all of our student athletes and the ones that commit to going to college is really cool. And to have Kaylyn be a part of the first one that I've ever been a part of that's a big moment for us," Christiansburg Athletic Director Tim Cromer said.    

 At the home of the Vikings Micah Smith has committed to play Division I baseball at Norfolk State university.  The 6 foot  4 inch right-handed pitcher and first baseman is ready to roll as a Kinesiology major. 
 Kayla Gibson will play softball at Davis and Elkins in West Virginia.


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