Four athletes sign letters of intent

Nov 21, 2018
Photo by: David R Pan Kamiak's Quinci Flowers and Liz Thayer signed letters of intent last week. Flowers is headed to St. Martin's University to play volleyball and Thayer will attend Eastern Washington and play soccer.

Four Mukilteo athletes signed letters of intent to continue their careers in college during the early signing period last week.

Quinci Flowers is headed to St. Martin’s University in Lacey where she will play volleyball. Flowers, an honorable mention, all-league selection, helped lead Kamiak to its first appearance at the 4A state tournament in four seasons.

Liz Thayer will join the Eastern Washington women’s soccer team in the fall. Thayer, who earned second-team honors, led the Knights into the district playoffs this fall.

Another Kamiak senior, Connor Drought, signed a letter of intent to play men’s soccer for Cornell University in Ithaca, New York. Drought has spent the last four years with the Seattle Sounders FC Academy. He started playing for the Mukilteo YMCA and Mukilteo Youth Soccer and also was with the Washington Rush Premier Club. In 2018, Drought’s team won the Generation Adidas Cup and the United State Developmental Academy National Championship.

Simone Dumas-Guzman, a Mukilteo resident who attends Archbishop Murphy High School, committed to Seattle Pacific University where she will be a member of the gymnastics team. Dumas-Guzman is a Level 10 gymnast, who trains at Cascade Elite Gymnastics. As a Level 9 competitor, she was the Washington state champion in the bars, vault, floor and all around. Dumas-Guzman was the Region 2 bars champion. She took second in the all-around, fourth on bars and fifth in vault at Western Nationals.

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