The Hays High Indians had two student-athletes sign their national letter of intent on Wednesday in the school cafeteria.
Hunter Gonzales signed with the Garden City Broncbusters to play football. Gonzales started the first half of the season on the offensive line before an ankle injury slowed him. Gonzales narrowed his choices to Bethel, Garden City, and Dodge City before making his final decision.
Adam Deterding inked his letter with the Kansas State Wildcats Track and Field program. The Wildcats project Deterding as a decathlete. Deterding is the two time defending champion in each the high jump and 110 high hurdles entering his senior season, and has been a part of three consecutive state team titles. Deterding considered offers from Oklahoma, K-State, Pittsburg State, Hutchinson Community College and Wichita State.
Both Gonzales and Deterding are multiple sport athletes and are currently on the Indian’s basketball team.