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Bellevue preps sign National Letters of Intent at Washington, Harvard, Ohio State | Prep sports news

Four other members of the Class of 2014 will head to UW from Bellevue along with football standout Budda Baker next year, including three of his teammates from the gridiron.

Running back Max Richmond, along with linemen Shane Bouwman and Morgan Richey, will play for the Huskies after standout careers with the Wolverines.

Garrett Jackson, a member of the boys soccer team, will also head to the University of Washington.

Marcus Griffin, once a Washington State pledge, is now instead headed to the University of Arizona to play football, while Timmy Haehl will play at Harvard.

Marcel Lee signed with Western Oregon, Marek Spooner-LeDuff with Idaho and Jahkari Aujlai Sing with the University of Puget Sound.

A pair of girls track and field team members will head east to continue their careers.

Floraine Kameni, a multiple time state participant for Bellevue, will attend Harvard and Grace Sheeran will run cross country and track at Connecticut College.

Isabelle Butterfield, one of the players that helped the team to its first ever KingCo soccer title and third place finish at the 3A state tournament, will stay closer to home at Seattle University.

Bellevue has also had no shortage of success on the lacrosse field, with the boys team owners of the past Division I state titles and three of the past four, and will see four seniors from this year's class continue compete in college.

Hank Bethke, a three-time All-State selection, will play for the Ohio State University. Eric Haehl (twin brothers with Timmy) is headed to Richmond, Riley Gulrajani to Dickinson and Ryan Estes to Endicott.

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