Spring signing

16 athletes signed letters of intent to pursue college athletics


Tim Tschoepe

Nathan Mocygemba signed to play football at the University of Mary Hardin-Baylor. Mocygemba played as a lineman for the Rangers, earning All-District honors as a junior.

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Naomi Ortiz, three-year varsity player, signed to play Division 1 volleyball at the University of Alabama at Birmingham.

Another three-year player, Lily Sandoval will attend Our Lady of the Lake University in San Antonio.

Hailey Hayes also signed to continue her volleyball career, signing to Vassar College.

Boys soccer

Devin Yocham, one of the captains of the team this year, signed to Division III Schreiner University in Kerrville and he will major in physical therapy.

Ryan Harley, who was injured for much of this season but had six goals and one assist, will attend the University of Chester.

Four-year varsity defender Teag Maples signed to continue his soccer career at Hardin-Simmons University in Abilene.


Ashley Shea signed to run track at McMurry University, and she will major in business management and entrepreneurship. 

Tait Maples signed to continue his track career at Dallas Baptist University. His personal records are 23.85 for the 200 meter dash and 50.37 for the 400m.


Brandon Taylor, a pitcher, signed with Temple College. The team’s No. 1 starter, Taylor has earned a 7-0 record, compiling a 0.18 ERA and 0.789 WHIP while striking out 55 batters in 38 innings. In 38 innings pitched, he has yet to allow an extra-base hit.

John Garza, a third baseman, signed with Richland College. Garza is hitting .314 on the season, reaching base at a .557 clip. He’s also clubbed 8 doubles and driven in 11 runs.

Cameron Hodges, a second baseman and pitcher, also signed with Richland College. On the mound, Hodges is 2-0 with 2 saves, working a 1.62 ERA and striking out 16 batters in 13 innings. At the plate, he’s slugged 2 home runs and knocked in 13 runs.

Christian Keller, an outfielder and pitcher, will join Garza and Keller at Richland College. He’s hitting .314 on the season, reaching base at a .457 clip with a triple and a home run. He’s also struck out 16 batters in 13 innings pitched, recording a 2-1 record and a 1.75 ERA.

Jakob Cernohous signed to play baseball at the University of Pikeville. During football season, Cernohous filled in at quarterback for an injured Jalen Nutt and mounted a massive comeback at Wagner to send the game to overtime.


Jalen Nutt signed to the University of Incarnate Word. After spending his sophomore and junior seasons at corner, he converted to quarterback as a senior. In his first campaign under center, Nutt racked up 1,792 total yards and 21 touchdowns.

After receiving multiple offers from Division 1 and Ivy League schools, Trey Moore will continue his football career at Army West Point. Moore made his mark on the school’s football program, ranking in the school’s all-time top-25 in season and career sacks and tackles for loss.

Nathan Mocygemba signed to play center for the University of Mary Hardin-Baylor Crusaders. Moczygemba, who played across the line in his time with the Rangers, earned first-team All-District honors as a junior.