A couple more signing day photos for all the proud parents, students and alums out there:
Dylan Ness and Rachel Skog of Bloomington Kennedy. Ness, a wrestler, signed with the Gophers in the fall but went through the ceremony at his school today. Skog, a soccer player, will continue her career at Concordia-St. Paul. (Photo courtesy of Brian Nelson)
A bevy of Totino-Grace student-athletes participated in a signing day ceremony. From a press release via the school, they include:
John Crockett signed with North Dakota State University and will play Division I football for the school. John is the son of John Crockett of St. Paul and Jackie Martin of Minneapolis.
Mohammed Kromah signed with the University of Northern Iowa and will play Division I football for the school. Mohammed is the son of Eric Kromah of Brooklyn Center.
JD Pride signed with the University of Minnesota, Twin Cities, and will play Division I football for the school. JD is the son of John and Phyllis Pride of Brooklyn Park.
Joe Palermo signed with Quinnipiac University in Hamden, Connecticut, and will play Division I lacrosse for the school. Joe is the son of Michael and Sheila Palermo of Lino Lakes.
Ally McSherry signed with the University of Minnesota, Twin Cities, and will run Division I cross country and track for the school. Ally is the daughter of Hugh and Susan McSherry of St. Anthony.
Paul Yonga signed with the University of Wisconsin, Madison, and will play Division I soccer for the school. Paul is the son of Jerry and Diane Yonga of Brooklyn Park.