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Garnet Valley Student Athletes Sign Their Letters of Intent on National Signing Day

By: Alec Eskin

Today, senior high school athletes around the United States signed their letters of intent as today is signing day for them. These athletes have been some of the top high school players in their sports not just at Garnet Valley, but around the United States. They all thanked their parents, teammates, coaches, friends, and family in their speeches as they helped them along the way to get a scholarship. It was a great ceremony recognizing these athletes for their accomplishment. Congratulations to these athletes for signing their letter of intent:

Avery Malek to Quinnipiac for acrobatics and tumbling (first student to get a scholarship for this sport from Garnet Valley), Sophie Kingsborough to Coastal Carolina for lacrosse, Ava Kane to Rutgers for lacrosse, Kenna Geibel to Ball State for gymnastics, Reed Farrell to University of Pennsylvania for baseball, Max Busenkell to Notre Dame for lacrosse, Ryan Nealon to Holy Cross for lacrosse, Sean Gallagher to Navy for lacrosse, Joey Halloran to Salisbury for lacrosse, Mackenzie Butler to Kennesaw State for lacrosse, Erin Barnes to Kennesaw State for lacrosse, Kaitlyn Stankavage to Temple for lacrosse, Ryan Wooten to Washington College for baseball, Sam Di Trolio to Cabrini for lacrosse.

Best of luck to them as they play their final seasons in high schools.

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