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Spring Signing Day

Anthony Witthall

February 7 marked the day for 18 seniors to sign to the college they will attend for the next few years of their athletic and academic journey. 


Garrison Butler looks to continue his academic and athletic journey at the University of Cincinnati. Noah Cole looks to continue football as well at Gardner-Webb University. Christian Hills and J.D. Matson both decided to attend Washington and Lee University. Matson signed not only for football but lacrosse as well. Hills said he chose Washington and Lee because they have “great alumni support” and “great academics.” 

Additionally, two other seniors graduated early in December, Trent Carter and DJ Moore. Carter is currently attending Louisville while Moore is at Coastal Carolina University. 


The only baseball player to sign in Feburary was Aidan Lynch, who will play at Middlebury College. 

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Garrett Watterson will be attending Sewanee: The University of the South. Hilary Englert and Ella Stakem will be traveling to the Carolinas to go to Furman University and Belmont Abbey College, respectively. 

Track & Field/Cross Country

Leila Bata signed to Amherst College for both Track & Field and Cross Country. Second, Presley Wolfe signed to Tulane University for Track & Field. “It really just felt like a place that I could picture myself continuing my track and field career for the next four years at.” Lastly, Zee Curtis signed to FSU for Track & Field. Curtis looks to FSU not just for the athletic experience but also the academic opportunity. “I am ecstatic for this new chapter in my life,” Curtis said. 


Men’s lacrosse player Ethan Binns looks to continue academically and athletically at Grove City College. Jacob Campen will attend Denison University, and Kellen Padgett will go to Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University. 


For swimming, Anthony Whitthall, will be attending the University of South Carolina. Elizabeth Erlendsdottir will be attending the Georgia Institute of Technology and Keira Scott will be staying at the University of Northern Colorado. 


Lastly, for rowing the only senior commit is Sara Wasserman for Georgetown University. 

About the Contributor
Ty Neal
Ty Neal, Contributing Writer
Tyrone Neal is a junior and first-year staffer. He is a passionate trumpet and football player and strives to improve as a writer in Bugle this year. Ty hopes to study law and is proud that he is not afraid to speak his mind. Ty wants his readers to know to drink lots of water to stay hydrated.