Posted: 11:19 am Thursday, November 14th, 2013

Local student-athletes take advantage of early signing period 

By Anthony Chiang

The National Letter of Intent’s early signing period started Wednesday. It lasts one week, ending on Nov. 20. Many local high schools held ceremonies Wednesday to honor student-athletes that signed National Letters of Intent.

Below is a list of student-athletes from Palm Beach County that are set to sign with schools during this time. These are only the ones that the Post is aware of. If there are any missing, please send them in to achiang@pbpost.com and I will add them to the list.

Benjamin's Arden Pettit, Bennett Sousa, Jessica Armstrong and Anthony Cicio signed National Letters of Intent on Thursday. (Courtesy of The Benjamin School)

Oxrbdige Academy's Peter Mathison and Katie Rienas signed National Letters of Intent on Wednesday. (Courtesy of Oxbridge Academy)

Morgan Jacobson from King's Academy signed to play basketball for Northwest University on Wednesday. (Courtesy of King's Academy)

Dominic Mercurio from King's Academy signed to play baseball at Northern Kentucky University on Wednesday. (Courtesy of King's Academy)

Wellington had 12 student-athletes sign National Letters of Intent on Wednesday. (Courtesy of Wellington High School)

Palm Beach Gardens
Sydney Jones – Southern Illinois for softball
Montana Rodgers – Indiana University-Southeast for softball

Oxbridge Academy
Peter Mathison – Clemson for golf
Katie Rienas – University of Tampa for basketball

Wellington
Shelby Babowicz – Jacksonville University for beach volleyball
Chelsea Boretti – Rollins College for volleyball
Bryce Dalton – Brevard College for lacrosse
Jason D’Aoust – Saint Leo University for lacrosse
Kathleen Gerrits – Presbyterian University for lacrosse
Gabriella Klyotskin – Limestone University for lacrosse
Remi Losey – Liberty University for softball
Ashley Niesman – University of North Florida for softball
Amanda Peck – Stetson University for softball
Stephanie Schmidt – University of North Florida for softball
Spencer Stockton – Jacksonville University for baseball
Sirena Vorster – Liberty University for volleyball

Cardinal Newman
Bruce Steel – Wake Forest for baseball
Lexi Gonzalez – Palm Beach Atlantic for soccer

Grandview Prep

Vionise Pierre-Louise – Oklahoma for basketball

West Boca Raton
Hayley Gonzalez – Nova Southeastern University for softball

Saint Andrew’s
Sarah Adams – UNC Charlotte for volleyball
Blaire Mulka – Florida State for diving
Luke Hayhoe – Brown University for swimming
Brenna Ruth – Florida State for swimming
Macie Tendrich – South Carolina for beach volleyball

King’s Academy
Dominic Mercurio – Northern Kentucky University for baseball
Morgan Jacobson – Northwest University for basketball

Boynton Beach
Shakoa Edwards – Southern Mississippi for basketball

Spanish River
Tate Allwardt – Vanderbilt for tennis
Keri Peterson – FIU for volleyball
Fenway Parks – Iowa for baseball
Mike Brenner – St. Louis for baseball

Benjamin
Arden Pettit – Stanford for softball
Bennett Sousa – Virginia for baseball
Jessica Armstrong – Stetson for volleyball
Anthony Cicio – Manhattan College for lacrosse

Palm Beach Central
Amanda Blanchard – Shorter University for softball
Kasandra Castle – Florida Gulf Coast for softball
Shane Sawczak – Coastal Carolina for baseball

Park Vista
Hailey Peterson – Adelphi University for lacrosse
Emily Lochten – FAU for softball
Michelle Klein – Elon University for volleyball

Boca Raton
Haley Little – University of Alabama for volleyball
Gage Kohner – Northwestern for swimming
Michael Smiciklas – Duke for baseball

The Pine School
Shannon Aubert – Stanford for golf

Jupiter
Logan Heiser – UCF for baseball

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