Guyer National Signing Day 2019

Guyer National Signing Day 2019

Guyer National Signing Day 2019

by Steve Gamel


Another national signing day is in the books for Guyer High School, and once again a slew of prospects in multiple sports are moving on to the next level. The Wildcats had 10 signees representing four sports take part in the annual recruitment ceremony on Feb. 6, which has become the most widely publicized recruiting day in the country. Many athletes from around Denton County, including those from Guyer, made their commitments well in advance – but this was a chance to officially sign on the dotted line.

Of Guyer’s 10 recruits, three were from football and three more were cross country stars. Jaden Reid and Riley Wood will both extend their running careers at the Division I level, and they get to do it close to home at UNT. In football, Brent Jackson wrapped up his short commitment when he signed on the dotted line with Bucknell. He was joined by the duo of Chad Aune and Lawrence Norton, who are both headed to Stephen F. Austin.

Rounding out the list of signings were soccer players Morgan Berres (Oklahoma Christian) and Maddie Janolo (Texas A&M-Corpus Christi. Austin McNair will run cross country at Oklahoma Christian and baseball players Max McCready and Zachary Cantu will move on to play at Eastern New Mexico and McPherson College, respectively.

Below is the list of everyone from Guyer who signed a National Letter of Intent on February 6:



  • Chad Aune, Stephen F. Austin
  • Lawrence Norton, Stephen F. Austin
  • Brent Jackson, Bucknell

Cross Country

  • Jaden Reid, North Texas
  • Riley Wood, North Texas
  • Austin McNair, Oklahoma Christian

Girls Soccer

  • Morgan Berres, Oklahoma Christian
  • Maddie Janolo, Texas A&M-Corpus Christi


  • Max McCready, Eastern New Mexico
  • Zachary Cantu, McPherson College

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