What will likely go down as one of the most athletic senior classes to come through Gull Lake High School has been somewhat verified on four pieces of paper.
Four Gull Lake seniors recently signed National Letters of Intent across three sports to continue their athletic careers at Division I universities.
Leah Perri and Katie Schau will play volleyball at the next level, while Sara Remynse will play tennis and Colton Bradley will play baseball collegiately.
Schau will be attending the University of Minnesota after an outstanding senior season in which she was nominated for the Miss Volleyball Award, finishing third. She has also been outstanding in the classroom, currently owning a 4.1 GPA.
Perri will be attending Clemson University after leading the Blue Devils to the state quarterfinals as the go-to outside hitter. A Miss Volleyball Award finalist, she has excelled in her school work as well, recording a 4.5 GPA.
Remynse has earned a full-ride scholarship to continue her tennis career at the University of Michigan. She had a standout freshman season in placing second in the state before playing on the travel circuit the past two seasons. She plans on returning to the court as the No. 1 singles player for Gull Lake this spring, and has a 3.6 GPA.
Bradley has accepted a scholarship to play baseball at Central Michigan University. The senior earned first team All-State as a junior shortstop with a batting average that eclipsed .400. He currently owns a 3.7 GPA.