St. Mary’s grads to pursue college athletics
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Five recent St. Mary’s High School graduates from Tracy announced their plans to continue with their sports in college.

Ashleigh Moore, a two-year varsity player for the Rams girls basketball team, will head to Southern Oregon University.

She is going as a shooting guard for the Raiders, who play in the Cascade Collegiate Conference of the National Association of Intercollegiate Athletics. She graduated from St. Mary’s with honors and will pursue a degree in nursing.

Kaodi Dike, who played varsity football for two years at St. Mary’s, heads for University of Nevada, Reno, where he will play for the Wolfpack in the NCAA Division I Mountain West Conference.

Dike will play defensive back and study biochemistry.

Brandon Davis will join the lacrosse team at Notre Dame de Namur University in Belmont, which competes in the NCAA Division II Western Intercollegiate Lacrosse Association.

He will play midfield for the Argonauts and study communications.

Grace Cabri, a four-year varsity player for the Rams girls soccer team, will play defender or midfielder for the NCAA Division I Creighton University Blue Jays in Omaha, Neb.

Cabri also plays for West Coast Soccer Club Kryptonite, which won the U.S. Club Soccer national title in 2011, was a national finalist in 2012 and will go for a repeat national title in July.

Stephanie Pawek is also a four-year varsity starter for the St. Mary’s girls soccer team and a member of West Coast Soccer Club Kryptonite.

She will attend Dominican University of California in San Rafael, where the Penguins are part of the NCAA Division II Pac West Conference. She plans to major in occupational therapy.

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