The Lewis-Clark State College men’s track and cross country program announced the signing of Waitsburg-Prescott High School’s Seth Deal to a National Letter of Intent to run for the Warriors next spring.
The announcement was made by LCSC track and cross country coach Mike Collins.
“Seth is an awesome kid,” Collins said. “He came to our camp last summer and I was immediately impressed with his presence and maturity when it came to running as well as working with other runners at the camp.”
Deal participated in three sports at Waitsburg-Prescott, earning four varsity letters in cross country, three in basketball and three in track and field.
In cross country, Deal participated in the Washington Class 2B state championships four times, and wrapped up his prep career with and All-League selection in 2013.
He was W-P’s Most Valuable runner three times and was an All-Area selection as a sophomore.
On the track, Deal represented the Cardinals at the state meet three times and was a two-time all-area selection in the 3200 meters. He also won Most Inspirational by vote of his teammates and coaches on two occasions.
Outside of athletics, Deal excels in the classroom and in the community.
He has won nine Outstanding Student awards in five different subjects at Waitsburg-Prescott, and has served four terms in ASB leadership.
He is a member of National Honor Society, as well as president of FFA. Deal is also active in Leo’s Service Club and Young Life.
“Seth has a great high school resume and I think he is going to do some great things this spring in track and we hope to build up on that this fall,” Collins said.