Farmington High School senior Bryce Sancegraw signed a National Letter of Intent on Wednesday to play soccer and continue his education at Jefferson College in Hillsboro, Mo. Sancegraw currently ranks first in state high school history with 380 career points, fourth with 152 goals and third with 76 assists. He helped the Knights reach the state quarterfinal round in 2015 and 2018 while earning four individual all-state honors. Farmington was 71-19-2 overall during his four varsity seasons. Sancegraw was also an all-MAAA point guard for an FHS basketball team that recently finished 25-3 overall as conference and district champions. Also seated, from left, are his mother Heather Sancegraw, niece Niyah Sancegraw and father Rusty Sancegraw. Standing, from left, are Jefferson head soccer coach Brocklon Chatman, Farmington head coach Addae Rique and Jefferson assistant coach Mark Hammond.