Wamego's Kaylee Page Signs with Nebraska

Wamego standout Kaylee Page is about ready to embark on her senior season with the goal of winning back-to-back 4A state championships, but she doesn’t have to worry about her destination for the next four years.

Wamego High School Senior Kaylee Page (center front) signed a letter of intent to play basketball at the University of Nebraska in a ceremony Thursday. Page is entering her fourth year on the Lady Raiders team, the reigning 4A state champions. Also pictured: (front) Mother Wendy Page and Jana Biery, assistant coach; (back) Coach (and Father) Jim Page and sister, Lanie Page.   Photo courtesy of Beth Howell Day, The Smoke Signal

Wamego High School Senior Kaylee Page (center front) signed a letter of intent to play basketball at the University of Nebraska in a ceremony Thursday. Page is entering her fourth year on the Lady Raiders team, the reigning 4A state champions. Also pictured: (front) Mother Wendy Page and Jana Biery, assistant coach; (back) Coach (and Father) Jim Page and sister, Lanie Page.
Photo courtesy of Beth Howell Day, The Smoke Signal

Page signed her national letter of intent with the University of Nebraska at a ceremony at Wamego High on Thursday. The Huskers are ranked #10 in the latest USA Today Coaches’ Poll, and advanced to the Sweet 16 of the NCAA Tournament last season.

Kaylee was the leading scorer and rebounder for the Lady Raiders last season at 20.6 points and 8.1 rebounds per game. Wamego claimed their first state championship with a thrilling, 60-53 victory over McPherson in the title game. Kaylee, her sister Lanie and the rest of the Lady Raiders will try to make it two in a row under their father Jim Page in 4A Division I this March.