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CJ Quartet sign LOI's

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Rebekah Dinwiddie Rebekah Dinwiddie
Sydney Solberg Sydney Solberg
Chase Johnston Chase Johnston
Keynan Scheurich Keynan Scheurich
CARL JUNCTION, MISSOURI -

Four Carl Junction HS Seniors signed their Letter of Intents to play athletics in college.

Rebekah Dinwiddie

Personal

  • Class of 2015 at Carl Junction High School 
  • Daughter of Mark & Tamera Dinwiddie

Soccer:

  • Transferred from Deer Creek HS in Edmond, OK after her 9th grade year. While at DCHS, she was a member of the Oklahoma Class 5 State Championship Team in 2012.
  • Varsity Letter winner – 9th, 10th, & 11th grade
  • All-District Team – 2013, 2014
  • Missouri Class 2 State Quarterfinal Team 2013, 2014

Other High School Honors

  • National Honor Society
  • Fellowship of Christian Athletes
  • Tomorrow's Leaders Today
  • Academic Letter – 3 years
  • Academic Court Attendant

Rebekah is signing a National Letter of Intent to play Soccer at Southwest Baptist University. She plans to major in Biology & Intercultural Studies.

Sydney Solberg

Personal

Class of 2015 at Carl Junction High School Daughter of Shane & Laurie Solberg

Soccer:

  • Varsity Letter winner – 9th, 10th, & 11th grade
  • 2nd Team All-District - 2012
  • 1st Team All-District – 2012, 2013, 2014
  • 1st Team All-Region – 2013, 2014
  • Newcomer of the Year – 2012
  • Team MVP Offense – 2013, 2014

Other High School Honors

  • National Honor Society
  • Academic Letter – 2 years

Sydney is signing a National Letter of Intent to play Soccer at Northeastern Oklahoma A&M College (NEO). She plans to major in Kinesiology.

Chase Johnston

Personal:

  • Class of 2015 at Carl Junction High School 
  • Son of Vince & Leigh Johnston

Football (Senior Year):

  • Varsity Letter winner – 3 years
  • 1st Team All-Big 8 Conference – Linebacker
  • Big 8 Conference Defensive Player of the Year
  • 1st Team Linebacker, SWMO Football Coaches Assoc.
  • 1st Team All-District, MO Football Coaches Assoc.
  • 1st Team All-State, MO Football Coaches Assoc.
  • 1st Team All-State, Missouri Sportswriters Association
  • Team CO-MVP 2014
  • All-MOHAWK
  • All-USA-Family-MO-CA-Team

Track:

  • Varsity Letter winner – 3 years
  • All-Conference – 10th & 11th grade
  • All-District – 10th & 11th grade
  • All-Sectional – 11th grade
  • All-State – 10th & 11th grade

Other High School Honors:

  • Basketball: 2 Varsity letters & Conference and District Championships
  • Academic Letters: 2 years

Chase is signing a National Letter of Intent on to play Football at Kansas State University. He plans to major in Education.

Keynan Scheurich

Personal

  • Class of 2015 at Carl Junction High School 
  • Mother: Sandy Scheurich, Grandfather: Chris Scheurich, Step-father: Rick Stewart

Football (Senior Year):

  • 1st Team All-Big 8 Conference – Running Back
  • Big 8 Conference Offensive Player of the Year
  • 1st Team Running Back, SWMO Football Coaches Assoc.
  • 2nd Team Return Specialist, SWMO Football Coaches Assoc.
  • Co-Offensive Player of the Year, SWMO Football Coaches Association
  • 1st Team All-District Running Back, MO Football Coaches Association
  • 1st Team All-State, MO Football Coaches Association
  • 1st Team All-State, Missouri Sportswriters Association
  • MOHAWK SPORTS: Ozark Area Top 12 player/Running Back
  • Team CO-MVP 2014
  • Varsity Letter – 2 years

Other Sports

  • Track – Varsity Letter – 2 years
  • Golf – Varsity Letter – 1 year
  • Basketball – 9th grade

Keynan is signing a National Letter of Intent to play Football at Pittsburg State University. He plans to major in Business.



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