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Four WHS students sign letters of intent

Woodbury High School student athletes Emily Moris, Amber Warzala, Morgan Worley and Lauren Domski gather before signing their letters of intent to play collegiate athletics Wednesday at Woodbury High School. Bulletin photo by Mike Longaecker1 / 5
WHS student Amber Warzala signs her letter of intent to St. Cloud State University. Bulletin photo by Mike Longaecker2 / 5
WHS student Emily Moris signs her letter of intent to attend Minnesota State University, Mankato. Bulletin photo by Mike Longaecker3 / 5
WHS student Lauren Domski signs her letter of intent to attend the University of Minnesota. Bulletin photo by Mike Longaecker4 / 5
WHS student Morgan Worley signs her letter of intent to attend the University of South Dakota. Bulletin photo by Mike Longaecker5 / 5

Four Woodbury High School student-athletes inked their intentions Wednesday to their colleges of choice.

Lauren Domski, Emily Moris, Amber Warzala and Morgan Worley all signed letters of intent during national signing day.

"This is what anyone who is in athletics really aspires to," said Principal Linda Plante, who introduced the student-athletes to a crowd of family and friends in attendance at Woodbury High School.

Domski will attend the University of Minnesota-Twin Cities, for cross-country and track and field.

Three of the students will go on to play soccer: Moris, who will attend Minnesota State University-Mankato; Amber Warzala, who will attend St. Cloud State University; and Morgan Worley, who will attend the University of South Dakota in Vermillion.

Domski said she has already met student-athletes and coaches at the U of M who she said have given her a warm reception.

"I'm just really excited to be at a new family at the U," she said.

Worley said she's eager to move up to the college ranks.

"It's a new chapter in life that I'm going to start," she said.

Mike Longaecker

Mike Longaecker is the regional public safety reporter for RiverTown Multimedia. His coverage area spans St. Croix and Pierce counties. Longaecker served from 2011-2015 as editor of the Woodbury Bulletin. A University of Wisconsin-River Falls graduate, Longaecker previously reported for the Red Wing Republican Eagle and for the Forum Communications Minnesota Capitol Bureau. You can follow him on Twitter at @Longaecker

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