Three of Provo’s finest solidified their commitment to their respective schools today by signing their national letter of intent. Ally Gomm, Lavender Briggs and Meghan Hunter each committed to compete at the next level.
Ally Gomm decided to take her elite hurdling skills to the University of Utah. Ally is a state placer in the hurdles for the Bulldogs and displays explosive speed.
Lavender Briggs will take her basketball skills across the country to SEC country and play for the Florida Gators. Lavender is top national prospect who has set her self apart as a well rounded player who can score from anywhere on the court. Look for her to be a state leader in all statistical categories.
Meghan Hunter will continue to clock blistering speeds for BYU. Meghan’s resume is extensive. She represented the USA at the Youth Olympics last month in Argentina. She held the fastest time in the nation for the 400. She was also the first girl to take first place in the 100, 200, 400 and 800 at the state track meet.
Each of the girls represent the best that Provo High School has to offer and we are excited to see them compete on a bigger stage. We congratulate them and wish them well.