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Twelve seniors participate in NCAA signing day

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12 seniors participated in NCAA signing day. This day is a chance for the school to recognize athletes who will play sports in college.

12 seniors participated in NCAA signing day. This day is a chance for the school to recognize athletes who will play sports in college.

12 seniors participated in NCAA signing day. This day is a chance for the school to recognize athletes who will play sports in college.

Tara Routie, Staff Reporter

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On Thursday, Feb. 8, 12 students participated in NCAA signing day, accepting scholarships to play sports in college. The sports range from soccer to softball, and the signing took place in the auditorium at 7:45a.m. Listed below are the students who signed and the school they signed with.

Gabby Mathre- Santa Fe College

Allyson Mattson- Reindhardt University

Ashley Worrell- Florida Southwestern University

Julia England- Jacksonville State University

Morgan Morarend- University of West Florida

Maria Puccio-Ball- Flagler College

Devin Kohn- Campbell University

Jace Coffie- Thiel College

Jarret Prachel- Belmont Abbey College

Jackson Scott- Felician University

Dominic Madlang- University of Mount Olive

Connor Purcell- Mercer University

The official signing day for each sport varies, with football having theirs in February and April, and most other sports having theirs in April and August. This signing day is a chance for the school to recognize the athletes who are playing sports in college.

After the students signed, donuts and coffee were provided to them as a reward, and they took some time to take pictures.

Senior Maria Puccio-Ball signed with Flagler College, located in St. Augustine, for cross country and track. She found out about the college when they contacted her with a letter, stating that her running times are in the range for athletes they are looking for. She pursued with the required questionnaire, and will now be attending the college in the fall.

“I didn’t want to go through college without running,” Ball said. “It makes me feel more complete.”

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