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Standout athletes commit to collegiate level

The 2024 Senior Class has produced a lot of athletes and has brought tons of success to the school in their 4 years of hard work. Here are you Seniors that will be taking their athleticism to the next level at the collegiate level.

First Corey Lyons will be attending Bethany College in Bethany West Virginia. He will play Football for the Bison and majoring in Education and plans on being a teacher after college. Lyons explains he will balance sports and academics using tutors. He also says his reason of commitment is because he likes the school. Devan Colson will also be committing to Bethany; he will be majoring in Business Administration. Devan says the main reason behind his commitment was the atmosphere and of people and coaching staff. To balance sports and academics he will study in his free time.

Next is Anthony Zorbini, who will be attending Washington and Jefferson University in Washington, PA. He is a Weir High athlete that plays football and will be playing for the Presidents starting in the fall of 2024. Zorbini will be majoring in Criminal Justice, he states the school fits him in both athletic and academic departments making him feel like it was the right fit for him and his future.

Weir Football’s linebacker duo will be heading to Walsh University. Kamar Bridges will be Studying and Majoring in Sports Management. He chose Walsh because it’s a chance to play at the next level and they have a good Sports Management program. He will balance sports and academics by putting his hard classes in the back half of his school year after the season is over.

Charles “Momo” Prentice will major in Exercise Science. The Vision Board is what made him want to commit. Prentice said hard work on and off the field will be how he balances sports and academics. He will officially sign on Friday, April 26 at 10 a.m.

Heading towards our last football player, Malachi Stromile will be attending Muskingum University to major in Biology/Exercise Science. Stromile plans to become a Chiropractor. He will be a part of The Muskie Football program as of Fall 2024. He plans to balance academics and sports by using the mandatory team study hall. Stromile says the teammates and environment of the school is the reason he wanted to commit. He will officially sign on Friday, April 19 at 2 p.m.

Making our way to soccer with Olivia Baker she will be attending Baldwin Wallace University. She will be majoring in Digital Marketing. She will be balancing athletics and academics by keeping a productive schedule and staying organized. Baker felt Baldwin Wallace was the school for her because of the opportunities they had for her major and the team’s atmosphere.

Also playing soccer, Oliva Bine will sign with Geneva College Friday, April 19. She will also work toward a degree in nursing.

“Geneva offered me both the ability to continue to play soccer while earning my RN degree and having minimal debt,” Bine said. “The campus is set up really easy so it’s hard to get lost, and it’s a small school.”

To balance sports and academics, Bine said players are required to participate in study group times every week to remain on the team so coaches know they’re prioritizing academics.

Now, Shawn Young, representing the Weir High Wrestling team, will major in Nursing, He will try to manage his time by staying away from the partying as much as possible. Young loves the environment and Team which led to his Commitment.

To conclude senior signing so far, Mea Kaufman will be showcasing her track speed at Muskingum University. She will be majoring Psychology. With both her parents Attending Muskingum Kaufman wanted to follow in her parents steps being the reason she wanted to commit. She will balance academics and sports by going to team study hall and utilizing her time getting help from tutors.

With a month left in the school year, it’s possible more seniors will decide to make the commitment to play sports in college.

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