Women's basketball

4 PLAYERS SIGN WITH BYU: Kristin Riley from San Clemente, Calif., Danielle Peterson and Jenteal Jackson, both from Skyline High, along with Alexis Kaufusi from Timpview, have signed letters of intent to play women's basketball at BYU beginning in 2008, announced head coach Jeff Judkins.

"We signed four girls whose talents and skills will help our team and program reach our goals and potential," coach Judkins said. "Each one of them has different talents, skills and abilities that will help our team. All of them have played on winning teams and know what it takes to win."

Riley is the younger sister to BYU's current senior center Lauren Riley-Varley. Peterson is a 6-1 forward who is averaging 10.9 points, 8.6 rebounds per game at Skyline. Peterson's Eagles teammate Jackson is a 5-7 guard who has received first team All-State honors from the Deseret Morning News. This season, she is averaging 18.1 points, 6.7 assists and 5.1 steals.

Kaufusi from Timpview is averaging in double figures in scoring and rebounding with 14.0 points and 12 boards a game. She has also lettered in soccer, softball and track. She was out with an ACL and MCL injury her junior season. Her father, Steve Kaufusi, is a member of the BYU coaching staff.