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CCSD Celebrates National Signing Day Student Athletes

CCSD Celebrates National Signing Day Student Athletes

Fifty-four Cherokee County School District student athletes this week signed commitment letters to compete at the college level!

The students were honored with ceremonies at their high schools to celebrate their signing of National Letters of Intent.  This week’s National Signing Day was the earliest day on which high school seniors can sign a binding commitment to play competitive college sports other than football.

“Congratulations to all of our student athletes on this impressive achievement earned through your longtime dedication to your sport and your education,” Superintendent of Schools Dr. Brian V. Hightower said.  “Thank you to our coaches for your investment in our students and congratulations to you, their families and your teams’ volunteers and boosters who supported their success.  We wish each of our student athletes continued success both in the classroom and in their athletic arenas!” 

Congratulations to CCSD’s participating student athletes:

CHEROKEE HIGH SCHOOL                      
Shealyn Baker, Soccer, University of West Georgia
Jackson Bradfield, Baseball, Kennesaw State University
Marissa Davis, Lacrosse, Young Harris College
Seth Grogan, Cross Country, Auburn University at Montgomery 
Emma Harlow, Softball, Lagrange College 
Reagan Horton, Soccer, Reinhardt University
Alley Jones, Lacrosse, Shorter University
Elyse Kresho, Softball, University of Oregon
Sophie Lyen, Beach Volleyball, University of South Carolina
Riley Simmons, Basketball, University of South Carolina-Aiken
Toni Warren, Basketball, Wofford College

Chris Aiello, Lacrosse, University of Alabama in Huntsville
Yasmine Arriola, Lacrosse, Liberty University
Tristan Brady, Softball, Truett McConnell University
Abbie Burkett, Softball, Young Harris College 
Jack Burns, Baseball, Georgia Highlands College
Karina Harrington, Lacrosse, Palm Beach Atlantic University
Alec Hotaling, Baseball, Auburn University at Montgomery 
Jake Hughes, Lacrosse, University of Alabama in Huntsville
Victoria Kjaerulff, Swimming, Georgia Southern University
Sydney Neff, Softball, Thomas University
Emma Pethel, Soccer, Northwestern State University
Christina Warren, Lacrosse, Winthrop University

Dimitri Angelakos, Baseball Georgia Tech
Danielle Bailey, Softball, Kennesaw State University
Oliver Bandy, Baseball, Hillsborough Community College
Katie Callaway, Soccer, University of Utah
Alexis Castle, Soccer, Jacksonville State University
Cara Holland, Softball, Berry College
Caleb Hughes, Baseball, University of Southern Mississippi
Camdyn Magrosky, Soccer, Jacksonville State University
Jake Zehner, Baseball, Florence Darlington Tech

Amanda Fulton, Softball, Western Carolina University
Matthew Lipcsey, Baseball, St. Johns River State College 
Bella McKinney, Lacrosse, Coker University 
Scotty Milbourn, Baseball, Coastal Alabama Community College
Caroline Moon, Volleyball, Brevard College
Kaitlyn Mulligan, Lacrosse, Coker University
Brelyn O’Hearn, Softball, University of North Carolina at Charlotte 
Ethan Osada, Baseball, Kennesaw State University
Avery Parker, Soccer, Mercer University
Emma Porterfield, Lacrosse, Mars Hill University
Allie Sweet, Volleyball, University of North Carolina Greensboro
Chandler Thiel, Baseball, University of North Georgia 

Abby Cleveland, Lacrosse, Mars Hill University 
Catherine McCrobie, Lacrosse, St. Leo University

Dakota Beasley, Lacrosse, Newberry College
Oz Eckard, Baseball, Lenoir Rhyne University 
Brooks McKenna, Baseball, Samford University
Kevin Maurer, Baseball, U.S. Naval Academy
Roy Shewmake, Baseball, Maryville College
Caden Tuck, Baseball, Wallace Dothan Community College
Mylon Uribe, Baseball, Albany State University
Brooklyn Walker, Lacrosse, Converse University