A pair of Division I commits recently made their college choice official as they signed their National Letter of Intent.

Also, a thrower from Cheyenne Central is heading to Billings, MT for college.

Lyman all-state swimmer Brynlee Busskohl announced earlier this fall her decision to attend San Diego State University. The three-time all-state performer won the 100 butterfly race at the 2020 state championships earlier this month. She was runner-up in the 100 breaststroke race. She also helped the Eagles to a second-place finish in the 200 freestyle relay.

Lander's Kristen McPherson announced over the summer that she was headed to Baylor University to become part of their equestrian program. She's been showing horses for six years competitively and has several World and World Reserve titles.

"Horses have been a huge part of my life since the beginning, and I am super excited to continue my dreams of riding on a collegiate team," said Kristen McPherson in a statement sent to WyoPreps.

 

Courtesy: Amy Higgins

Dakota Lobmeyer is a senior at Cheyenne Central High School, who will further her track and field career at Montana State University Billings.

Lobmeyer finished in 16th place in the shot put at the 2020 Wyoming Indoor Track State Championships last March. Her outdoor season was canceled due to COVID-19.

Lobmeyer will get a chance to compete in 2021, as the Wyoming High School Activities Association just announced plans for its indoor season.

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