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Thirteen Islip High School seniors have committed to continuing their athletic careers at
the collegiate level next fall, signing letters of intent during a special ceremony this month in the school cafeteria with their proud families looking on.
“I’m so very proud of all of you, and you should be very proud of yourselves because you worked hard, both academically and in sports,” Assistant Principal Lisa Ward said.
“We recognize your efforts and commitment to your sports, to your schools, to yourcoaches and to your families,” added Athletic Director John Sparacio. “You’re all going to play your sport at the next level, which is an amazing accomplishment.”
The following student-athletes have committed to participating in collegiate athletics:
- Connor Dobson: Lacrosse at Pace University
- Maggie Hayes: Volleyball at SUNY Cortland
- Lars Heimlich: Lacrosse at Fairfield University
- Katelyn Hicks: Lacrosse at St. Bonaventure University
- Dylan McKenna: Baseball at Lockhaven University
- Kenneth Pastrana: Baseball at Baruch College
- Chase Rogers: Lacrosse for Yale University
- Sarah Scheidel: Lacrosse at Pace University
- George Trimigliozzi: Baseball at Manhattan College
- Jack Trovato: Lacrosse at Dickinson College
- Michael Zecchini: Lacrosse at Adelphi University
- Brielle Zink: Soccer at the College of St. Rose
- Riley Wallace: Lacrosse at Mercy College
Top photo: Islip High School seniors Connor Dobson, Maggie Hayes, Lars Heimlich, Dylan
McKenna, Kenneth Pastrana, Chase Rogers, Sarah Scheidel, Jack Trovato, Michael Zecchini,
Brielle Zink and Riley Wallace signed letters of intent to play college athletics during a Nov.
9 ceremony (Courtesy image).