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Aspen Winegar signs LOI; Cody Moorhead gets football offers; Patrick Claussen drafted | Sports news
Liberty's Aspen Winegar signed a Letter of Intent to play basketball for the University of Montana Western.
Winegar, a 6-foot forward, earned all-league and all-state mentions this year. Her 12.5 points per game were third in the KingCo 3A/2A. She also averaged 7.0 rebounds, 1.4 blocks and 2.2 assists per game during her senior season.
"Aspen Winegar was a positive force on the Liberty Girls Basketball team for four years," Liberty coach Randy Leifer said. "She is an outstanding player that can play with her back to the basket in the post or move outside where she led the league in three point shooting percentage."
Winegar also earned varsity letters in volleyball and golf in her time at Liberty. She plans to study fine arts at Montana Western.
Hazen's Moorhead gets two offers
Hazen junior Cody Moorhead has been offered full-ride football scholarships from both West Point and Eastern Washington University.
Moorhead plays football, basketball and baseball at Hazen. This fall he will start on the football for the fourth straight year and will likely be a four-year all-league player on both offense and defense.
Lindbergh grad drafted by Marlins
Washington State Cougar and Lindbergh graduate Patrick Claussen was drafted in by the Miami Marlins in the 34th round of the Major League baseball draft Wednesday.
The third baseman hit .301 with 22 RBI and 28 runs for the Cougars this season.