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Loyola athletes sign their National Letters of Intent Feb. 7 in Wilmette. Michael Wojtychiw/22nd Century Media
Loyola soccer coach Craig Snower (left) with his players (left to right) Stephanie Ramsay, Cate Schellenback, Riley Burns and Greta Schwieder pose on National Signing Day
Members of the Loyola football team (left to right) Charlie Gilroy, Alec Brownlee, John McMahon and Marty Geary pose with coach John Holecek.
Konner Klassen signs his National Letter of Intent while surrounded by (left to right) New Trier head coach Brian Doll, his father, and New Trier assistant coach Robert Bollweg Feb. 7 in Winnetka. Photo submitted
Michael Wojtychiw, Sports Editor
11:29 am CST February 14, 2018

National Signing Day, on the first Wednesday of February, is a day many high school athletes dream about during their four years of high school. It’s their opportunity to see all of their hard work come to fruition and sign to continue their academic and athletic careers at the next level.