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5 LISD athletes sign to play college athletics

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Five LISD athletes signed letters of intent to play college sports on Wednesday.

Lubbock High:

Riley Coffey signed to play soccer at Eastern New Mexico,

Matthew Santos signed to play tennis at McMurry University

Gabbi Villarreal signed to play basketball at Howard College

Monterey:

Chris Causer signed to play tennis at McMurry University

Coronado:

McKenzie Cristan signed to play softball at McMurry University

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