Ayden Hector (left) and D’Andre Rogers (right) both signed their letters of intent to play college football at a ceremony on Dec. 18. Photo courtesy of Eastside Catholic School

Ayden Hector (left) and D’Andre Rogers (right) both signed their letters of intent to play college football at a ceremony on Dec. 18. Photo courtesy of Eastside Catholic School

Eastside Catholic’s Rogers and Hector sign their letters of intent

  • Thursday, December 19, 2019 2:20pm
  • Sports

D’Andre Rogers and Ayden Hector, both Bellevue residents and Eastside Catholic football standouts, signed their letters of intent to play collegiate football with Pac-12 schools on Dec. 18. Rogers, a tight end for the Crusaders, signed with University of California, Berkeley. Hector, a defensive back, will be going to Stanford University. A ceremony was held in the Eastside Catholic gymnasium to celebrate their accomplishments. The Crusaders won the 3A state title with a 20-12 victory over O’Dea on Dec. 7.

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