Reed signs with 'Yotes
Wildcat Kay Reed signed her letter of intent to join the College of Idaho’s track and field team as a thrower. Pictured with Reed are (back row, from left) her brother, Ted; mother Stephanie; father Scott and grandmother Leanne. Sitting next to Reed are Coach Tim Kimberling (left) and Coach Bart Templeman of the Iron Wood Throwers Center.
KELLOGG — Kellogg High School senior Kay Reed recently signed her letter of intent with College of Idaho to become the next thrower for the ‘Yotes Track and Field Team.
KHS’s student body president, Reed has earned a combined athletic and academic scholarship and will continue to throw both shot and disc, as well as adding the hammer and weight throw to her repertoire.
Reed is a 3-sport athlete for Kellogg High School, participating in volleyball, basketball, as well as track and field.
College of Idaho is a private liberal arts college in Caldwell and competes in the National Association of Intercollegiate Athletics’s (NAIA) Cascade Collegiate Conference.
Kay would like to thank her coaches, family and friends for their continued support, as well as Kellogg High School athletic director Heather Goodner.