GEISMAR – Dutchtown High had five student-athletes sign letters of intent for college scholarships on National Signing Day Feb. 2 in the school’s gym.
Dutchtown athletic director Benny Saia said the signees join a long list of alumni at the school who have gone on to play at the collegiate level while congratulating and wishing them luck.
“This is always a great day for kids who have achieved at a high level,” said Saia.
The Griffins had three football players sign in defensive back Adam Sparks (Missouri), defensive lineman Kyle Sarrazin (Louisiana College) and offensive lineman Grant Ray (Louisiana College).
Also signing were Blayne Pence (Baton Rouge Community College) in softball and Bailey Cyprowski (Mississippi College) in soccer.