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Charlie Swift and Michelle Gonzalez Miranda, sign for with their respective colleges at the high school on March 21. Swift will be attending Graceland University in Iowa and Gonzalez-Miranda will attend Dominican University in the fall. Democrat photo by Shelly Thorene

Sports

D’backs sign

By From page A6 | March 26, 2014

EL DORADO — Two Union Mine athletes, Charlie Swift and Michelle Gonzalez Miranda, signed their Letter of Intent forms last Friday at the campus. Swift, a thrower for the D’back track and field team, heads to Graceland University in Iowa while Gonzalez Miranda takes her running talents to Dominican University.

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