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Coach Rick Connor introduces the 8 signing athletes on National Signing Day.

Seniors Sign National Letters of Intent

Graduation, as most athletes know all too well, often terminates a player’s career in sports. In football, only 8% of all high school players are recruited to play in college, 2.4% in Division I schools. On National Signing Day, February 1,  eight senior athletes committed to college athletics.

Noll Stieren committed to Salisbury University.

Baseball star and all around sports connoisseur Michael Ranjink committed to Elizabethtown college.

Shylo Arneson is attending to Frostburg State University to continue her softball career.

Track and Field player Paige Badostein signed to Stevenson University.

Miranda Timberlake, Meredith Lapen, Grace Weaver, and Ines Garofolo all committed to various universities for soccer. Timberlake will be going out of state to Nazareth College, while Lapen will attend Philadelphia University and Weaver will attend Hood College. Garofolo will study at St. Mary’s College of Maryland.

Each commit signed their contract in front of their peers and family members. Before signing, each of the athletes’ coaches boasted about their accomplishments on and off the field and said how lucky they were to work with such talented students.

Coach Rick Connor reminded the crowd that, “These kids are great on and off the field. I know they’ll be able to handle college athletics.”

Sprinter Paige Badostain signs to run for Stevenson
Shylo Arneson commits to Frostburg State University
Triple Threat: Noll Stieren to join two older brothers at Salisbury University
Miranda Timberlake signs to play soccer at Nazareth College
Soccer player Lapen “Rams” her way into Philadelphia University
Lancer to Blazer: Grace Weaver Signs to Hood College to play Soccer
Seahawk’s Score Garofolo as New Soccer Commit
Michael Rajnik signs to play baseball at Elizabethtown College

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