Seniors sign for college level sports

Seniors sign for college level sports

Hunter Brown

BY HUNTER BROWN (’16)

During this late winter early spring season, many of the senior athletes have already signed for college level sports. This senior class have proven to have many successful athletes that will have promising careers in college.

Many of the athletes that are moving on to the college level have played their sport for most of their life, and they would agree that the hard work they have put in is finally paying off.

Nikki Cox was on the women’s soccer team, has signed to UNC Wilmington to play soccer for the team.

Micaela Degenero has signed to the University of Michigan to run track and cross country.

Jaclen Moxley is a hockey player and a lacrosse player, but has decided to play lacrosse at The Ohio State University.

Cole Jaquith is a football, hockey, and lacrosse player, and will continue to play lacrosse at Ohio Wesleyan University.

Austen Miller is the varsity lacrosse goalie, and has committed to Walsh University in Canton, Ohio.

Emilee Skerbetz played volleyball for the Blue Aces, and is attending Urbana University to be on their women’s volleyball team.

Samuel B. Stewart is on the Blue Ace baseball team, and has committed to playing baseball at Jefferson University.

Kyle Zies was the quarterback for Granville his junior and senior year, and committed to playing football at University of Mount Union

Though the names above have committed or signed to playing college sports, there are many other seniors that will be joining club teams, or trying out for certain sports. Also there are a few seniors that will try to walk on to teams once they get to college.

The 2016 senior class has set high standards, and for many years, Granville has produced great athletes that have competed well in college. The underclassmen at Granville High School have already had a crucial role on varsity teams, and will carry the expectations that have already been set.