Sequim High School goalkeeper Claire Henninger signs a letter of intent to play soccer at Western Washington University on Wednesday. Henninger was a first-team all-Olympic League 2A three times, was the 2016 Peninsula Daily News All-Peninsula MVP in girls’ soccer. With her during the signing ceremony are her high school coaches, from left, Keith McMinn, Derek Vandervelde and Antonio Frutos and a number of her Wolves’ teammates.

Sequim High School goalkeeper Claire Henninger signs a letter of intent to play soccer at Western Washington University on Wednesday. Henninger was a first-team all-Olympic League 2A three times, was the 2016 Peninsula Daily News All-Peninsula MVP in girls’ soccer. With her during the signing ceremony are her high school coaches, from left, Keith McMinn, Derek Vandervelde and Antonio Frutos and a number of her Wolves’ teammates.

SPORTS SHOTS: Sequim’s Henninger, Port Angeles’ Schneider sign college letters of intent

Above, Sequim High School goalkeeper Claire Henninger signs a letter of intent to play soccer at Western Washington University on Wednesday. Henninger was a first-team all-Olympic League 2A three times, was the 2016 Peninsula Daily News All-Peninsula MVP in girls’ soccer. With her during the signing ceremony are her high school coaches, from left, Keith McMinn, Derek Vandervelde and Antonio Frutos and a number of her Wolves’ teammates.

Below, Port Angeles soccer player Ben Schneider, center sitting, signs his letter of intent Wednesday to play soccer for Peninsula College surrounded by friends and fellow Roughrider soccer players. Schneider was a first-team all Olympic League 2A player this year for the Riders and was the 2017 Peninsula Daily News All-Peninsula boys’ soccer MVP.

Port Angeles soccer player Ben Schneider, center sitting, signs his letter of intent Wednesday to play soccer for Peninsula College surrounded by friends and fellow Roughrider soccer players. Schneider was a first-team all Olympic League 2A player this year for the Riders and was the 2017 Peninsula Daily News All-Peninsula boys’ soccer MVP.

Port Angeles soccer player Ben Schneider, center sitting, signs his letter of intent Wednesday to play soccer for Peninsula College surrounded by friends and fellow Roughrider soccer players. Schneider was a first-team all Olympic League 2A player this year for the Riders and was the 2017 Peninsula Daily News All-Peninsula boys’ soccer MVP.

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