Campbell ace Ramos signs with Oregon

Campbell senior Markus Ramos signed a letter of intent to play baseball for the University of Oregon this morning at a signing ceremony at the Elks Lodge in Waikiki.

Ramos played multiple positions, but has one of the top fastballs in the state. He is also a starting wide receiver on Campbell’s football team, which is currently entering the semifinal round of the Division I state championships.


Dozens of signees were present at the ceremony. Alo Salausa, a Campbell softball player, signed with Nevada. The signing ceremony was hosted by Education First, which now carries the torch for the signing events since the closing of Pacific Islands Athletic Alliance.


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COMMENTS

  1. anywaaaays!! November 9, 2016 3:38 pm

    So this so called new identity “Education First” that took over for PIAA in hosting the signing ceremonys for High school athletes is probably the same idiot on these blogs calling Kahuku kids stupid and uneducated. He only caters to town kids while the Kahuku kids have their own ceremonies on the north shore, no wonder he jealous adn mad at the Kahuku community. #enemyofthestate #PaintThisStateRed


  2. TooMeke November 10, 2016 9:17 am

    bu…that entity is based in Laie and owned/operated by Kahuku alumni.

    #checkyofactsb4posting #killingme


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