Six Kearney High student-athletes sign letters of intent on Signing Day

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Alexis Mishou poses with her family on national signing day at Kearney High School on Nov, 14, 2018. (KHGI)

Athletes all over the country put pen to paper to make their college school commitments official on National Signing Day.

Kearney High School had six athletes sign their letter of intents.

Shiloh Robinson was one of them as he signed on to play some D1 basketball. He will head to Liberty University before finishing out his senior season.

He knows that without his family he wouldn't be where he is today.

"It means a lot to my family. They have made so many sacrifices that I can't thank them enough. You know this just means a lot that what they've put in I'm super thankful. This is a lifelong dream coming true."

Meanwhile, Alexis Mishou passed up Volleyball to play Women's Basketball at the next level. She will play locally at Hastings College.

She also says that her family is her strongest support system and her biggest fans.

"My family has been my biggest supporters all the way through. So it's nice that my parents can come support me at my games and not have to drive as far and if I ever need them they're only an hour away. Doesn't get better than that."

Both Robinson and Mishou will finish out their senior years in basketball.