photos by Peter Segall / Juneau Empire
From left to right in front: Thunder Mountain High School students Noah Chambers, Wallace Adams and Preston Williams — who all grew up together on the same street — all signed on to play college sports at schools out of state on Wednesday.

photos by Peter Segall / Juneau Empire From left to right in front: Thunder Mountain High School students Noah Chambers, Wallace Adams and Preston Williams — who all grew up together on the same street — all signed on to play college sports at schools out of state on Wednesday.

PHOTOS: TMHS athletes sign to play collegiate sports

No stealing their thunder.

Noah Chambers holds up an agreement to play football at Valley City State University in Valley City, North Dakota, while his father Mike looks on during a signing ceremony at Thunder Mountain High School on Wednesday. Chambers said he was excited to be playing quarterback and was considering a degree in engineering. “I’m super excited, I’ve worked my whole childhood for this,” Chambers told the Empire.

Noah Chambers holds up an agreement to play football at Valley City State University in Valley City, North Dakota, while his father Mike looks on during a signing ceremony at Thunder Mountain High School on Wednesday. Chambers said he was excited to be playing quarterback and was considering a degree in engineering. “I’m super excited, I’ve worked my whole childhood for this,” Chambers told the Empire.

Preston Williams, sitting at right, signed on to play baseball at Lassen Community College in Susanville, California, at a signing ceremony at Thunder Mountain High School on Wednesday. Williams was joined by his parents, Crystal and Shawn, and his grandparents Dorothy and Tom. Williams said he was thankful to his family and friends.

Preston Williams, sitting at right, signed on to play baseball at Lassen Community College in Susanville, California, at a signing ceremony at Thunder Mountain High School on Wednesday. Williams was joined by his parents, Crystal and Shawn, and his grandparents Dorothy and Tom. Williams said he was thankful to his family and friends.

Wallace Adams, center, with his brother Owen, holds up an agreement to play football at Rocky Mountain College in Billings, Montana, during a signing ceremony at Thunder Mountain High School on Wednesday. Adams told the Empire he was grateful to his parents for their support. “They’ve always supported me in everything I’ve done.”

Wallace Adams, center, with his brother Owen, holds up an agreement to play football at Rocky Mountain College in Billings, Montana, during a signing ceremony at Thunder Mountain High School on Wednesday. Adams told the Empire he was grateful to his parents for their support. “They’ve always supported me in everything I’ve done.”

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