Local athletes ready to sign for college

November 7, 2011 

Kennewick baseball player Trek Stemp and Kamiakin's Khadidja Toure (basketball) and Lindsey Kamphuis (softball) are set to sign letters of intent to Division I universities.

Stemp will sign on the line to play ball at Washington State University in a ceremony at Kennewick High at 11:15 a.m. He is one of two local ballplayers headed to WSU, with Southridge's Matt Mendenhall also bound for Pullman.

Three more local players already are there: Richland's Brett Jacobs is a junior while Southridge twins Bryce and Ty Jackson are in their freshmen year.

Toure and Kamphuis will have their signing at 4 p.m. Wednesday at Kamiakin. Toure will play basketball for Oregon State, while Kamphuis will pitch for the Weber State softball team. Former Kamiakin standout Lyndsey Minnich is a senior infield at Weber.

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