The Braves men’s basketball team signed junior college transfer Chance Riley.
The men’s tennis team signed Olathe South senior Brandon Edwards.
Riley, who went to Lawrence High School, played one year of football for Butler County Community College. He appeared in five games for the Grizzlies. As a quarterback, he completed four passes for 31 yards an a touchdown. He also had a reception and one forced fumble.
The 6-foot-5 guard was a three-sport athlete for the Lions. Riley earned three letters in basketball and one in both football and golf. On the basketball court, he was a 6A honorable mention all-state selection in 2007. As a senior, he helped lead the Lions to a 16-7 record overall and an 11-1 record in Sunflower League play.
“Chance Riley is an important addition to our program,” Ottawa coach Andy Carrier said. “He can play in the post and on the perimeter. Chance is a skilled shooter and passer that is also very strong and tough. His versatility will be a huge asset to our team. More importantly, Chance is a good student that will provide immediate leadership both on and off the court.”
Riley plans to major in business administration.
Edwards is a four-year lettermen for Olathe South. He qualified for state in 2012. He placed third in singles at regionals where Olathe South was a regional champion.