Ignacio duo joins Johnson & Wales women’s basketball

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Ignacio duo joins Johnson & Wales women’s basketball

Baker-Marquez, Gomez head to Denver together
From left, Ignacio High School athletic director Rocky Cundiff, Avionne Gomez, Allisianna Baker-Marquez and IHS girls basketball head coach Trae Seibel pose for a photo after Gomez and Baker-Marquez signed National Letters of Intent to play basketball for Johnson & Wales University on Monday at IHS.
Avionne Gomez of Ignacio High School drives the ball while playing Sanford High School during the Region 8 basketball tournament on March 2 in Ignacio.
Ignacio’s Allisianna Baker (10) angles herself into shooting position against Bayfield’s Madison Wells (14) on Jan. 9 in Ignacio.

Ignacio duo joins Johnson & Wales women’s basketball

From left, Ignacio High School athletic director Rocky Cundiff, Avionne Gomez, Allisianna Baker-Marquez and IHS girls basketball head coach Trae Seibel pose for a photo after Gomez and Baker-Marquez signed National Letters of Intent to play basketball for Johnson & Wales University on Monday at IHS.
Avionne Gomez of Ignacio High School drives the ball while playing Sanford High School during the Region 8 basketball tournament on March 2 in Ignacio.
Ignacio’s Allisianna Baker (10) angles herself into shooting position against Bayfield’s Madison Wells (14) on Jan. 9 in Ignacio.

Ignacio duo joins Johnson & Wales women’s basketball

Avionne Gomez of Ignacio High School signed a letter of intent to play basketball for Johnson & Wales University on Monday at IHS. Gomez led the Bobcats with 16.5 points per game last season.

Ignacio duo joins Johnson & Wales women’s basketball

Allisianna Baker-Marquez of Ignacio High School signed a letter of intent to play basketball for Johnson & Wales University on Monday at IHS. Baker-Marquez battleed her way back from two ACL tears to earn a scholarship offer from the NAIA program in Denver.
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