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Kennett High School students to continue athletic careers in college

06/25/2013 08:02PM, Published by ACL, Categories: In Print, Schools, Sports



A number of Kennett High School 2013 graduates will continue their athletic careers at the collegiate level.  From private colleges to large state universities, 15 student-athletes will participate in 12 collegiate sports. 

“Kennett High School is extremely proud of our student-athletes who are continuing their athletic careers at the next level. Our coaches have worked very hard to prepare our athletes for future play.  We are thrilled by their success,” said Jeff Thomas, athletic director.

Brandon Liddick will play baseball at Widener University, Joanna Dawyot will participate on Franciscan University of Steubenville’s soccer and track teams, Morgan Kollmeier will play softball at Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute, Stephanie Maciag will play basketball for University of Pittsburgh – Bradford, Ashlee Luzetsky will join Kutztown University’s cheering squad, Stephanie White will play tennis for Penn State University, Bobby Bender will wrestle at Kutztown University, Albert Magana will play football at Ursinus College, C.J. Lowe will participate on University of Mississippi’s track team, Sean Ennis will play football for  McDaniel College, Matt Worrall will play lacrosse at Monmouth University, Nick Schuibbeo will attend Millersville University and play ice hockey, Kaden Bradley will play football for Lincoln University, Alex Cattafesta will swim for Indiana University of Pennsylvania, and Brendan Bowens will join Drexel University’s rowing team.


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