West Michigan athletes sign on National Signing Day's early period

Five Gull Lake Blue Devils sign with various colleges on National Signing Day (WWMT, Luke Edwards)

Athletes from all over West Michigan signed their National Letter of Intent to various colleges throughout the day on Wednesday.

Gull Lake had five student-athletes sign on the dotted line Wednesday evening. Dylan Stanton signed with Michigan baseball, his teammate Luke Scoles signed with Central Michigan baseball, Ashlyn Wisser inked her commitment to Ferris State soccer, Lexie Beek signed with Youngstown State volleyball and Nolan Jaros autographed his name on the dotted line with Detroit Mercy soccer.

Portage Northern had nine student-athletes sign with schools all over the country. Five Huskie baseball players signed their names Wednesday. Headlining the class is Nolan McCarthy, who signed with Kentucky baseball. Gannon Andrews put his name down with Purdue Northwest, Parker Brey signed with Davenport baseball, Dylan Butler signed with Adrian College baseball and Malcolm Gaynor signed with Kenyon College baseball. A pair of Huskies will be staying close to home Gracie Poulsen and Levi Crooks both signed with Western Michigan soccer. Keith Peristeridis signed with Florida Southern swimming and Taylor Armstrong signed with Concordia University lacrosse.

Portage Central had seven student-athletes sign on National Signing Day's early period. A pair of Mustangs will head to the Big Ten, Will Anderson signed with Michigan golf and Kaitlyn Brannstrom signed with Purdue softball. Maggie Farrell signed with Denison swimming, Trammell Lindstrom signed with Spring Arbor baseball, Kyle Toutanji inked his name with Detroit Mercy soccer, Jenna Little signed with Eastern Illinois soccer and Lauren McColley signed with Kalamazoo College soccer.

Three Rivers had a pair of signings, Kylee Nash signed with Tulsa softball and Hadley Miller signed with Grand Valley State basketball.

Mendon's Skyler Crespo signed his name with Michigan State wrestling. Crespo is a three-time state champion wrestler for the Hornets.