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Nine Mariners Poised to Make Waves at the Collegiate Level

Nine, yes nine, Aptos Mariners signed their letter of intent on November 13, 2015 committing to play college sports next season.

These stellar student-athletes are the reason the Aptos Sports Foundation does what it does. Not only are they gifted athletically, their hard work and dedication has paid off and now they will be representing the Aptos community across the

state and country.

Maddy Bol will play for the University of Chicago’s indoor volleyball team. Her

two teammates Madi Dueck and Karsen Welle are both on their way to UC

Berkeley, Dueck as part of Cal’s inaugural Pac-12 sand volleyball program, and

Welle will join the Lady Bear nationally ranked crew team.

Both baseball standouts, Jack O’Boy and Jack Harris signed letters of intent at

UC Davis and San Francisco State respectively.

Natalie Wendt will compete on Fresno State’s equestrian team and Ana Calero

will join the Spartan Women’s Soccer team at San Jose State.

Continuing the strong Aptos High running legacy, Mattie Peoples will compete for

the UC Santa Barbara women’s track and cross country team.

Finally, Christopher Staka who won the 100-meter backstroke at the CCS

Swimming and Diving Championships will swim for the University of Alabama.

These outstanding seniors as well as other student-athletes still competing for

Aptos High School will be our future community leaders in some form or another

and ASF hopes to continue to provide a quality student-athlete experience for the

youth of Aptos for generations to come.

You can be a part of that transformative growth at the high school, junior high

school and youth sports programs through the Foundation’s charitable giving


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We wish all these Mariners much luck and success at the next level, they will

have the support of an entire town behind them!

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